RJ is 67 years old with a 40+ year history of type 1 diabetes. GFR is 62, UACR is < 30, A1c is 6.7%, B/P is 132/72, LDL cholesterol is 98, his BMI is 28.6. RJ uses multiple daily injections and CGM to manage his diabetes.
RJs other medications include: Levothyroxine 100mcg daily, atorvastatin 40mg daily, Aspirin 81 mg daily and a multivitamin.
Based on your assessment, which of the following interventions would improve RJs outcome?
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