Are you a person with Diabetes?
We are not partnering directly with patients at this time. Patients may be eligible for Fit4D support through their insurance provider or medication/insulin manufacturer.
CHANGE IS HARD.
Adopting and adhering to new diabetes programs and treatments is tough even for the most committed people. Reasons for poorly controlled diabetes are complex and management is complicated.
We partner with pharmaceutical companies, health insurance companies, and provider groups to guide their patients to the right content, when they need it. Through one-on-one coaching, patients receive guidance on how to remain adherent to their treatment plan and live a healthy lifestyle.
Fit4D support pathways are based on the principles of motivational interviewing, a technique which helps patients increase their own desire to change behavior. Fit4D coaches uniquely empower and inspire people living with diabetes to help them take a more active role in their health.
Delica Johnson, RD, CDE, explains the importance of screening for sexual dysfunction among people with diabetes.
According to the American Diabetes Association, people with diabetes have twice the risk of hearing problems as those without diabetes. Marilyn Novosel, RN, MPH, CDE talks about the relationship between diabetes and hearing loss and shares the hearing loss symptoms to be aware of.
Natasha Desai, VP of Marketing at Fit4D, talks about how personalized solutions improve adherence and health outcomes, with input from diabetes educators in the field.
Rita Bush, RD, CDE, shares tips for diabetes caregivers.
To accelerate the shared government and provider objectives of reducing diabetes related complications and cost, innovative funding that expands access to diabetes education is necessary...
"I find exercise boring", "When I get home, I’m just so tired," "I know I should, but I'm just not motivated." Jennifer Leske, MS, RD, CDE, LDN provides tips to help overcome 5 of the most common barriers to exercising.
Pharmacist and Certified Diabetes Educator, Elise Swenson RPh, MS, MAOM, CDE, explains how to safely treat your cold, cough or flu when you have diabetes.
People with diabetes often turn to artificial sweeteners to avoid calories. Vidya Sharma, RD, LD, CDE, discusses myths and facts of artificial sweeteners in her blog.
Annie Fanberg, RD, CDE, explains the AADE7, the seven most important components to diabetes self-care management.
Start off the new year right with 3 simple steps for success from Donna Webb, RD, CDE.
WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAY
We are not providing our service directly to patients at this time. You may be ELIGIBLE for this service through your insurance provider or medication manufacturer.
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