Diabetes makes people more susceptible to several serious health conditions, but the disease can also be a pain in one’s wallet. “The cost of diabetes treatment has been increasing pretty rapidly,” says Glen Stettin, senior vice president for clinical, research and new solutions at Express Scripts. For four years straight, spending on diabetes treatments was higher per person than it was for any other class of traditional drug. Diabetics already pay about $5,000 more annually for their medications than people without the disease, according to a study by the Health Care Cost Institute, which examined insurance claims of nearly 40 ... Read More
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