Diabetes technology is getting better and better – automated insulin systems that link pumps and CGMs – smart insulin pens that have precise calculations and reminders – it’s been quite the evolution over the past few years. But outcomes – time in range, A1Cs, aren’t exactly where experts thought they might be. I’m talking to Dr. Stephen Ponder about why that is, how a social media post he shared about this caused a strong reaction, and what does work for better long term outcomes.

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