The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Using the RapidCalc diabetes manager app, researchers studied patient behavior.
Smart socks that monitor for signs of foot infections in patients with diabetes.
Apple hires an academic physician with knowledge in continuous glucose monitoring.
The Endocrine Society has released a great diabetes management app geared towards primary care.
The watchSugar app syncs with Dexcom, enables you to see live blood sugars on your Apple Watch display.
The National Kidney Foundation has a great set of free medical apps for physicians and patients.
Lifescan’s Verio Sync Meter is now a Healthkit enabled glucose meter
The Nightscouter app tries to make continuous glucose monitoring easier.
Abbott releases device that measures blood glucose wirelessly and without pain.
Phillips app connects diabetes data to patient records in a meaningful way.
Medtronic’s MiniMed Connect diabetes management device and app get early reviews.
Study shows how a health app was used to coordinate patient care.
Dexcom received FDA approval for the first iPhone app that can receive glucose information directly from a continuous glucose monitor (CGM).
A recent flurry of FDA approvals suggests a higher priority on speeding the pace of innovation.
An innovative app that helps diabetic patients understand how different foods affect their glucose levels
Dexcom showcased the future of diabetes data streaming directly to the iPhone and Apple Watch.
The MeterSync Blue enables wireless transfer of glucose readings from over 30 supported glucose meters to iPhone and Android.
Apple Watch will use various motivation techniques to increase physical activity.
Dexcom’s new glucose in the cloud solution reveals FDA approval challenges
Jawbone UP beats Fitbit and others to be the first fitness band app to have HealthKit integration.