Hello friends, There has been quite a debate on social media about HCP’s emphasis on getting a better hba1c. Since I’ve been pumping and seeing higher numbers, I was worried about having a higher hba1c. But after reading, apparently since I’m getting less hypos, my hba1c will go up but my TIR (time in range) is a better indicator or representation of my management. My TIR has increased from 40-60% (with multiple hypos that dragged my hba1c down) on MDI to 80-85% on a pump. So has anyone come across their diabetes team talking about TIR values instead of hba1c?