Symposium 2016 – Poster Session Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Symposium 2016 poster session: David G. Beiser, MD, MS and Valerie G. Press, MD, … Read More

Symposium 2016

The fourth annual research symposium was a great success.  Our topic, What’s Next for Obamacare? The Future of Insurance Coverage … Read More

Study Focusing on Health Care for LGBT People of Color Highlighted in Windy City Times

JAMA Editorial Published on Potential Overtreatment of Older Adults with Diabetes

Dr. Huang published an editorial this week on the Potential Overtreatment of Older, Complex Adults with Diabetes through the JAMA Network. Dr. … Read More

Has Medicaid Expansion Lead to Increased Identification of Diabetes? Dr. Huang Comments in New York Times Article Published March 23

The New York Times article, With Expansion of Medicaid, Some States Are Identifying More New Diabetes Cases, highlights the potential correlation … Read More

New Report Weighs the Evidence for Diabetes Prevention Programs

NYSHealth Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation teamed up to support the work of Associate Director of Health Services … Read More

The Pace of Change in Medical Practice

Drs. Neda Laiteerapong and Elbert Huang review the rapid changes in medical practice and health policy in an article published … Read More

Briefing in Washington, DC Examines Results From Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes

On Thursday, November 20th, The Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes held a briefing at the National Press Club in … Read More

New Study Shows that Individualized Diabetes Care Unearths Racial/Ethnic Disparities

“Standard measures of diabetes care in the United States underestimate racial and ethnic disparities when monitoring a patient’s blood sugar … Read More

Where You Live, Not Just How You Live May Directly Impact Your Health

In a Health Affairs blog published on Thursday, October 30th, Dr. Monica Peek discusses the significance of recent findings that … Read More