A study by UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) and Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota shows children and teens with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) enrolled in an intensive remote therapy (IRT) pilot program experienced improved blood glucose control and better quality of life during the six-month study compared to those who received conventional care.
UnitedHealthcare, the market leader in Medicare benefit plans, and DexCom, Inc., the leader in continuous glucose monitoring for diabetes management, today announced an individualized glucose management pilot program driven by wearable technology to help people with Type 2 diabetes manage their condition in real time.
(May 21, 2013) - UnitedHealthcare, in partnership with the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, and Ralphs and Vons pharmacies, is making Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance (DPCA) programs available to Los Angeles County employees and their families.
(May 14, 2013) - UnitedHealthcare, in partnership with the YMCA, The Center for African American Health, American Diabetes Association (ADA) and Albertsons pharmacies, is bringing the clinically proven Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance (DPCA) programs to Denver and the surrounding communities.
(June 3, 2014) – Research published by the peer-reviewed journal Obesity demonstrates the effectiveness of using video-on-demand (VOD) cable television programming to deliver core components of the Diabetes Prevention Program.
(4/23/2014) - See how NOT ME, a 16-week online program delivers the Diabetes Prevention Program via the Internet to people whenever and wherever they choose.
(July 26, 2013) – UnitedHealthcare, in partnership with the YMCA, is making the Diabetes Prevention Program available to The Peabody Memphis hotel employees and their spouses.
(Jan. 10, 2013) - A two-year study from UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE:UNH) company, offers promise that the Diabetes Health Plan (DHP) can help people with diabetes more effectively manage their condition and reduce their health risks, while also reducing related health care costs.
(August 1, 2011) – The City of Columbus is joining communities across the country to say “NOT ME”™ to diabetes, offering city workers access to programs proven to prevent and control type 2 diabetes.
(March 22, 2011) – The YMCA of Greater New York today announced the New York City expansion of the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program (YDPP), a 16-session group behavior change class that helps people at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes prevent the disease through healthy eating, increased activity and other positive lifestyle changes.