- •Families living in rural Nebraska experienced decreased health care access.
- •Geographic and social isolation cause dramatic lifestyle changes after a child's T1D diagnosis.
- •Technology improved diabetes management and access to care.
- •Interprofessional teams may provide novel health care delivery systems to increase access and decrease health care disparities.
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This work was supported by the Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute (grant no. 10443), Creighton University's Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship, and the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions Fellowship.
Conflicts of interest: None to report.