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Baron Funds, an asset management firm, published its “Baron Health Care Fund” second quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. A return of 11.43% was delivered by the fund’s institutional shares for the Q2 of 2021, outperforming both its S&P 500 and Russell 3000 Health Care benchmarks that delivered 8.55% and 8.16% returns respectively for the same period. You can take a look at the fund’s top 5 holdings to have an idea about their top bets for 2021.

In the Q2 2021 investor letter of Baron Funds, the fund mentioned Insulet Corporation (NASDAQ: PODD) and discussed its stance on the firm. Insulet Corporation is an Acton, Massachusetts-based medical device company with a $19.8 billion market capitalization. PODD delivered a 12.49% return since the beginning of the year, while its 12-month returns are up by 42.27%. The stock closed at $287.57 per share on August 13, 2021.

Here is what Baron Funds has to say about Insulet Corporation in its Q2 2021 investor letter:

"We added to our position in Insulet Corp., which sells the OmniPod insulin pump for people with diabetes who require insulin. We think the OmniPod pump has advantages over durable pumps, including a better form factor without tubing, easier patient access through the pharmacy channel (vs. the DME channel), a superior pay-as-you-go model (no upfront cost vs. upfront 4-year contracts), and broader reimbursement in the Type 2 diabetes population. The company expects to receive FDA approval of the OmniPod 5 soon, which will be the first and only wearable, tubeless automated insulin delivery device. The wearable OmniPod 5 will communicate with the DexCom continuous glucose monitoring system, it will have an adaptive algorithm built in, and an app will allow users to control the system from a smartphone. We think the OmniPod 5 will catalyze adoption in the large and underpenetrated global market for patients with diabetes who require insulin."

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Product Details

  • 10ct box.  Various 2018 dating
Package Dimensions7.99 x 4.13 x 3.58 inches (20.3 x 10.5 x 9.1 cm)
Item Weight13 ounces (368.55 grams)
ManufacturerInsulet Corp
Item model numberPOD-ZXP425 10 Pods Pack


10ct box. Various 2018 dating

Customer Questions & Answers

  • Question: what are expiration dates?

    Answer: Typically 6+ months but if you ask when you place your order we have 1 year expiration dates. GaryT Enterpri
  • Question: is this for the omnipod itself or just the pods?

    Answer: Just the pods themselves (10 pods =1 month supply), the PDM is sold separately. GaryT Enterpri
  • Question: hola , tienes pods disponibles con fechas de expiracion mayores a Mayo del 2021?

    Answer: Expire late 2021 and early 2022
  • Question: Are the pods expired?

    Answer: no the ones I received expire 2020-02-13
  • Question: Is this price 10 or 20 pods?

    Answer: For the one I have listed, it’s a fresh box of 10 Pod
  • Question: Hi what are expiration dates? ThNks!

    Answer: They all expire late 2020
  • Question: ?Do you have the expiration May 2021?

    Answer: Yes, most of our expiration dates are at least 6+ months out. The photo on the listing is old and doesn't really get updated. We even have some 2022 dates and can send those if you message us when you place your order if you want those dates. GaryT Enterpri

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Re•• ••la

September 29, 2021

Don’t insert

Only two out of a box of 10 inserted cannula under the skin. The battery sounds weak. 8 wasted pods only to have 2 actually insert the cannula under the skin. The cannula is ejected from the pods but needle and cannula never insert. And when deliveries insulin (?) it never delivers. It never leaks it does nothing but click like it’s delivering. Wasted money on pods and wasting tons of insulin. Highly disappointed. Update: very quick response from seller who issued a replacement box and tracking number immediately. May have just been a bad batch with weak batteries. I’d like to thank him so much for reaching out immediately and rectifying the issue. Thank you.

sh•• ••ha

June 26, 2021

Graet experience with Gary.

I use omnipod for my 8 years old diabetic sun.

Ci•• ••is

April 18, 2021

You are a life saver during our ins fight.

Arrived in perfect condition on promised date. Was not expired. Thank you.

Di•• ••na

April 7, 2021

Expiration date

Do you have expiration date on October 2021

Am•• ••er

March 31, 2021

Good experience

Items received. They were packaged neatly. It's an official purchase. Insurance 90 day supply just don't be enough.

Gl•• ••ue

July 6, 2020

Omnipod Pods.

Thanks very much for shipping so fast, great packaging, item description, good quality and excelent to do business with:)

Je•• ••60

January 30, 2020

Great Company A+++

Great price for 20 pods for Omnipod insulin pump. Ordered and got to my house 2 days later as I needed them quickly.Paid extra for USPS Expess mail and arrived at 11:05 today 1/30/20 ordered 1/28/20. Reliable Company. Don't order Omni pods anywhere else but GaryTEnterprises.I won't!

Kr•• ••na

December 29, 2019

Ti•• ••on

December 17, 2019


Item arrived quickly and as described. Worked to perfection, all ten.

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We Now Buy Omnipod Pods – Sell Your Omnipod

We Buy Omnipod 10 Pack Pods - Sell Diabetic Supplies - Fast Cash StripsDid you know you can sell Omnipod Pods to us? Specifically we buy the 10 pack of pods as well as other insulin supplies including Medtronic Guardian Sensors, Medtronic Insulin Reservoirs and Quick Set Infusion Sets.

Additionally, we also buy most popular diabetic test strips including Accu-Chek Aviva Plus, Accu-Chek Compact Plus, Accu-Chek Guide, Accu-Chek Smartview, Freestyle Lite, Contour, Contour Next, One Touch Ultra Blue and One Touch Verio brands.

We take customer service seriously and answer your questions promptly and courteously and we also answer our phone! (try that with other companies) We pay top dollar for your supplies, cash for test strips, within 1 business day of receipt by Paypal, Zelle or regular check.

If you or someone you know has extra diabetic test strips or insulin supplies you don’t need, we will buy them! You can get an instant qoute and we even pay shipping – just drop off your box at any post office or mailing center and we take care of the rest. Let us know how we can help you when selling test strips!

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Diabetes Tech – Try Before You Buy!

By Elaine Young, Sara Fragione, and Eliza Skoler

Want to try an insulin pump, in place of daily insulin injections? Insulet is offering its Omnipod DASH for 30 days to new customers at no cost. The Pod can be prescribed virtually and picked up at your pharmacy

For many people with diabetes, insulin pumps can be used to reduce the daily challenges of injecting insulin. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual trainings help people learn to use their new pumps. In the past, people had to go through the durable medical equipment process to get an insulin pump, which requires approval and a statement of medical necessity from your healthcare team. Now, you can get some pumps, like Omnipod, more quickly and conveniently through your pharmacy, with just a prescription. Because the pharmacy route is easier – especially during COVID-19 – Insulet is offering a free 30-day trial of its Omnipod DASH insulin management system.

What is Omnipod DASH?

Omnipod DASH has two parts: an insulin “Pod” and a Personal Diabetes Manager (or PDM). The Pod and the PDM work together to deliver the insulin that you need.

  • The Pod is a small, tubeless insulin “patch” pump worn on your body. The Pod contains enough insulin for three days of non-stop and on-demand basal (long-acting) and bolus (mealtime) insulin. When the three days are up, you take the Pod off and throw it away.

  • The PDM is a wireless Bluetooth-connected device that you can use to tell your Pod how much insulin to deliver. The PDM can also send insulin data to a nearby smartphone for additional monitoring, and it can be uploaded to get a history of your diabetes management.

Learn more about the Omnipod DASH system here.

Can you use your CGM with the Omnipod DASH?

Continuous glucose monitoring devices – or CGMs, which provide real-time, 24/7 glucose readings – do not currently integrate with the Omnipod DASH system (for automated insulin delivery). However, you can use the two devices to reduce both your insulin injections and multiple daily fingersticks – since the Pod is delivering your insulin and the CGM is measuring your glucose. The CGM data will help determine how much bolus insulin to deliver using a dose calculator included on the PDM. For more on future automated insulin delivery with the Omnipod, read about the upcoming Omnipod 5.

What else do I need to know about Omnipod DASH?

With the free 30-day trial, there is no commitment to continue using the pump or the insulin management system. However, if you like Omnipod DASH, you can continue to get it from your pharmacy. Because Omnipod is a disposable patch pump, there is no initial cost for a tubed insulin pump (which can often be expensive); instead, you’ll pay for the patch pumps every month, with an additional fee for the PDM. The cost of the Omnipod DASH system will depend on your health insurance plan and can be as low as $40 per month.

Who’s not eligible for the Omnipod DASH free trial?

You are not eligible for the free 30-day trial if you have Medicare, Medicaid, or other federal health insurance, if you are a member of Kaiser Permanente or United Health Care, or if you are already an Omnipod customer. Click here to get to the Omnipod website to request your free 30-day trial.

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