Mon, 13 February 2017
According to the CDC, over 29 million people in the US are diabetic, a sharp increase from past decades. It also costs more than $176B to treat diabetes - so how can employers and employees manage the treatment and complications of this lifelong disease?
Tom Milam distinguishes between the two components contributing to the scope of the problem, which is affecting employees across age cohorts: costs associated with diagnosing and maintaining, and those associated with complications. Tom also talks about the struggle to keep employees engaged with the daily choices they must make to keep diabetes in check or even in remission.
Get full show notes and more information here: http://bit.ly/2ksxndV