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New diabetes tech products, enhancements, best practices, resources and more 

  • Modular Medical submits MODD1 insulin pump for FDA clearance

    Feb 20, 2024
    Modular Medical, Inc. has submitted its MODD1 next-generation insulin pump for FDA clearance, aiming to revolutionize the diabetes market with user-friendly and affordable technology. Chairman Paul DiPerna highlights the company's goal of encouraging wider adoption of insulin pumps by simplifying design and reducing costs.
  • New CGM Certificate, New Learning Platform

    Jan 22, 2024
    The latest version of the CGM Certificate Program was built on our new learning platform. Enhancements range from more active engagement through interactive elements to more flexibility and accessibility.
  • Dexcom Unveils Stelo CGM for People Who Do Not Take Insulin

    Jan 12, 2024
    Dexcom unveiled its new Stelo device during the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. The Stelo is based on Dexcom's G7 CGM and is specifically designed for individuals who do not take insulin. This product is part of Dexcom's ongoing efforts to cater to a broader range of patients.
  • Tandem launches t:slim X2 insulin pump software with Dexcom G7 CGM integration

    Dec 7, 2023
    Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc. has announced the release of updated t:slim X2™ insulin pump software featuring integration with Dexcom G7 Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) technology in the United States. The company plans to provide a complimentary remote software update to all in-warranty t:slim X2 users, allowing them to access Dexcom's latest CGM advancements. New t:slim X2 pumps with the integrated software are currently being shipped to customers, while the Dexcom G7 integration is expected to launch in additional countries outside the U.S. in early 2024.
  • Demystifying AI in Diabetes Tech: It's Already Here (and here's why you should cautiously embrace it).

    Nov 16, 2023
    AI is a tool to amplify human expertise, not replace it. Its footprint in diabetes technology is already substantial and growing rapidly. Like everyone, healthcare professionals need to stay informed and even, embrace AI's role in diabetes care for better patient outcomes.

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