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Diabetes management carries through to the grocery trip

BY Michael Johnsen

Diabetes management carries through to respondents’ grocery shopping as they seek out particular products, according to a recent online survey of more than 500 AccentHealth viewers with diabetes or a family history of diabetes. As many as 70% of sufferers are looking for specific food product labels when shopping; specifically, sugar-free and low-sugar foods (6-in-10) and low-carb food and vitamins/supplements (5-in-10). To see more Patient Views, click here.

Source: AccentHealth. To view methodology, click here.

Patient Views is an exclusive consumer insights feature that appears in DSN magazine, as well as the daily e-newsletter DSN A.M. If you could ask 6,500 patients anything at all, what would it be? Send your questions to [email protected].

 

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Diabetics constantly on the look-out for new ways to manage disease

BY Michael Johnsen

Among sufferers and those with a diabetic in the household, 80% look for new ways to manage their diabetes, according to a recent online survey of more than 500 AccentHealth viewers. As many as 77% indicated that they eat healthy to help manage diabetes. To see more Patient Views, click here.

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Healthcare practitioners are ‘go-to’ source for diabetes info

BY Michael Johnsen

Among diabetes sufferers and those with a diabetic in their household, the critical role of the physician in condition management is most visible, according to a recent online survey of more than 500 AccentHealth viewers. Eight-in-10 indicate their doctor is very or somewhat involved in their own or their household member's diabetes management; half report their doctor is their primary source for condition info — 43% more than those using the second-most common source, health-related web sites. To see more Patient Views, click here.
Source: AccentHealth. To view methodology, click here.

Patient Views is an exclusive consumer insights feature that appears in  DSN magazine, as well as the daily e-newsletter DSN A.M. If you could ask 6,500 patients anything at all, what would it be? Send your questions to [email protected]

 

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D.WENDLAND says:
Dec-18-2013 09:38 am

This study certainly suggests an opportunity for the pharmacist to increase engagement around patients with diabetes. The frequency of visits to the pharmacy and the accessibility of this trusted healthcare professional within the store certainly lend itself to enhanced interaction. The reliance on the physician/nurse practitioner surprised me a bit -- especially given the emphasis on diabetes programs and education shared during Drug Store News' annual Diabetes Forum held earlier this month.

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