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COVID Fears Kept One in Five People With Diabetes Away From the Doctor During Pandemic

| May 27, 2021 | Michigan

A new study released in May by the American Diabetes Association® in partnership with dQ&A, finds that growing numbers of people with diabetes have not only been forced to put off needed medical care since the outbreak of COVID-19, but that alarming numbers are struggling to manage their blood glucose...[ Read More ]

UArizona study shows benefits of interdisciplinary medical care

| Mar 25, 2021 | Arizona

A recent study conducted by the University of Arizona (UArizona) Department of Health Sciences revealed positive outcomes for patients receiving care from several physicians specializing in different medical areas. While interdisciplinary treatment approaches like these have become somewhat of a common practice, documented evidence of their benefits are scarce. Researchers...[ Read More ]

5 Things Arizona: Sen. Tyler Pace, Erica McFadden, telemedicine

| Mar 28, 2019 | Arizona

We are excited to be building towards our 2019 Arizona State of Reform Health Policy Conference!  You can see the Topical Agenda below. We are now hard at work to curate speakers and thought leaders from across Arizona's spectrum of care. So, if you have ideas for really smart, thoughtful speakers...[ Read More ]

5 Things Arizona: Sens. Brophy McGee & Carter, Hacienda HealthCare, Jami Snyder

Emily Boerger | Feb 21, 2019 | Arizona

DJ is taking a well-deserved vacation, so I’ll be bringing you this edition of 5 Things We’re Watching. I’m the senior reporter here at State of Reform, where I’m usually covering health care in Arizona, and a number of other states. Feel free to email me any feedback or tips on what...[ Read More ]