Recent study testing the usability of diabetes apps and depression apps shows that they have ways to go if we want patients to actually use them.
Tag: diabetes app
The Endocrine Society has released a great diabetes management app geared towards primary care.
Phillips app connects diabetes data to patient records in a meaningful way.
Dexcom app generates a code your physician can use to see your glucose readings.
An innovative app that helps diabetic patients understand how different foods affect their glucose levels
Great app for diabetic educators, nursing staff researchers and for patient self-use.
The Diabetik app is a way for patients with diabetes to track and manage their disease.
Telcare’s glucometer looks like a cellphone. It has a colored screen, is cellular enabled and takes blood samples with its own strips as any conventional glucometer would.
SiDiary Diabetes Management is a good journal app for patients with diabetes. It has nice features and it’s easy to use.
Interest in medical apps is experiencing strong growth according to a Google Trends analysis in a an emerging technology only five years old.
The Insulin Units medical app aims to provide an editable app to make calculating insulin for meal coverage less of a guessing game.
Use BlueLoop to track trends in your diabetes care and share that information with your caregivers. Syncs with web and app versions.