The goal of the 4T study is to implement proven methods and emerging diabetes technology into investigator’s clinical practice to sustain tight glucose control from the onset of type 1 diabetes (T1D) and optimize patient reported and psychosocial outcomes. The investigators will define a program (4T – Teamwork, Targets, Technology, and Tight Control) translatable to Pediatric Diabetes clinics in the United States that reduces HbA1c and T1D burden and improves patient well-being.
Study Design: This is a prospective, open-label, pragmatic research study. Two related studies will be performed. In Study 2, a cohort of new onsets (160+) receiving the 4T new onset intervention designed to decrease the rise in HbA1c seen from 4 to 12 months but following a tapered remote monitoring schedule will be compared to internal (4T Pilot and 4T Study 1) and external contemporaneous controls (CMH and DPV).
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