Affecting roughly 34 million Americans each year, type 1 and type 2 diabetes brings significant costs—both in the direct treatment of diabetes, as well as the cost of inability to work and treating the comorbid physical and behavioral health conditions that frequently accompany diabetes. Gestational diabetes occurs during pregnancy when the mother experiences insulin resistance—or the inability to access needed insulin due to the growing baby—and impacts roughly 10% of pregnant women. Gestational diabetes costs the U.S. $636 million a year—or $596 million in costs for the mothers and $40 million in infant care. Learn how to leverage digital health solutions to improve health outcomes for members with Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational Diabetes.
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