dQ&A’s Diabetes in Primary Care research service focuses on doctors who see a high number of patients with diabetes within their practice setting, and are accordingly writing higher volumes of prescriptions for oral diabetes drugs, insulin, GLP-1s, and blood glucose testing. They face the serious challenge of helping their patients manage their diabetes with very limited time available per patient, and the additional burden of addressing diabetes complications and co-morbidities. 

Each year, dQ&A publishes two comprehensive reports - one in the summer and one in the winter - discussing insights from primary care physicians on the state of diabetes care, what’s working for them and what’s not, their experiences with current therapies, plus their awareness of and interest in new therapies and approaches.


  • 70% of our survey respondents with type 2 diabetes tell us that a primary care physician was responsible for their last diabetes therapy change. PCPs hold key to the successful and widespread management of this disease. Their experiences and opinions are an invaluable resource.

  • We always ask about the newest treatments and technologies, which means you can gauge awareness and interest for new products even before they are on the market. And once they are, you can track their take-up rate while learning more about their pros and cons for physicians and patients.

  • With the impact of mobile technology on healthcare in mind, we are continuing to explore how PCPs work with patients beyond the office visit and to gauge their views about technology.

  • Understanding the impact of your interactions and communications with PCPs is critical. We can help you assess your reputation with this community when it comes to diabetes.

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