Just what defines “good” control?

Just what defines “good” control?

As we move ever closer to outcomes based reimbursement the diabetes community is reexamining just what defines “good” control. Before the advent of new technology such as continuous glucose sensors and before cardiovascular events were studied extensively, HbA1c was considered the gold standard when it came to defining “good” control. However now that we have CGM combined with numerous studies that examined the cardiovascular impact of new drugs diabetes experts are rethinking whether A1c alone is an accurate measure of control . . .

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