Last month, we asked what is the average annual out-of-pocket spending (in the U.S.) for a person with type-1 diabetes?
Answer: $2414. About half of this amount was for insulin and supplies; the rest was for various forms of medical care.The person with the closest guess was Anto Paul, a Population Health Nurse and Diabetes Educator from New Hyde Park, NY.
The development of electronic reflectance blood glucose meters marked a significant shift from clinic-based diabetes care to home-based self-care. The first such meter launched around 1970.
Who was the manufacturer?
*The first person to submit the correct answer wins their choice of book from our in-store or online bookstore.