I am also type II, but went through pregnancy without insulin, just on diet. I think here the care is different than in the U.S. Yes, you will have the detailed scan at ~12 and ~20 weeks, plus short scans on every visit, but nothing very specific, unless some complications arise. In my country of origin for example they do recommend detailed heart screening for children of diabetic mothers, here I did not have it done.
I was told in the beginning of the pregnancy that I will be induced, so this is what I've been prepared for, but at the end my OBGYN started to postpone to decision, as my son was growing well, the placenta was still OK... Thanks to that I've delivered my little one naturally, without induction at 38 weeks
He is healthy.
I've been also seeing regularly my endocrinologist (every three weeks) who was checking the glucometer readings, my Hba1c and fructosamine, plus doing the fundoscopy. Towards the end of the pregnancy he wanted to see me on a weekly basis.
Generally, I am very happy with my gynea and quite OK with the endocrinologist. If you wish so, I may pass you their contact details.