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Evaluation of Glucose Monitoring Technologies for Cost Effective and Quality Control/Management of Diabetes
Management Faculty Research
  • David P. Paul, III
  • Stacy Ashworth
  • Leslie Salyers
  • Sarah Saldanha
  • Alberto Coustasse, Marshall University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
4-1-2016
Abstract
The diabetes epidemic in the United States (U.S.) has become a burden in regards to treatment, disease management, and associated costs. Key advancements in medical technology have been developed in efforts to mitigate this issue. We compare several types of glucose monitoring systems with respect to quality of care, management, and cost-effectiveness for type 1 and type 2 diabetics.
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TRACK: HEALTH INFORMATICS. This conference paper and slide presentation were presented at BHAA, Division of MBAA International at the 2016 meeting in Chicago, IL. The presentation slides are provided as a supplemental file and may be cited as: Paul, III, D. P., Ashworth, S., Salyers, L., Saldanha, S. & Coustasse A. (2016, April). Evaluation of glucose monitoring technologies for cost effective and quality control/management of diabetes. Slide presentation at Business and Health Administration Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Citation Information
Paul, III, D. P., Ashworth, S., Salyers, L., Saldanha, S. & Coustasse A. (2016, April). “Evaluation of glucose monitoring technologies for cost effective and quality control/management of diabetes.” In J. Sanchez (Ed.), Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.