If you need a journal app for your diabetes, this is a good choice. You can track a good amount of data using this app.
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Usability of the Diagnosis and Management of Gestational Diabetes app for prenatal care providers
To explore the usability and applicability of two gestational diabetes management apps for patients: Gestational Diabetes Manager app and Diabetes in Pregnancy app
If you are looking for an app to track your Diabetes and like having lots of information this might be what you want
Glucagon administration can be a complicated procedure for caregivers unfamiliar with the medication. Eli Lilly has created an app to help caregivers and providers learn the steps required to care for a patient with an hypoglycemic crisis requiring the use of Glucagon. This is accomplished via illustrated videos and interactive practice via the app.
Diabetes Buddy is a patient diary app developed to help record self monitored lab and vitals data in a mobile form.
The iBGStar masterfully brings to reality the long-standing dream of a glucometer peripheral for the iPhone.
Allscripts and MyCareTeam (MCT) recently launched their integrated diabetes management system to healthcare providers at HIMSS12. Integrating the MyCareTeam application with Allscripts Enterprise EHR is enabling patients and providers to collaborate to better manage diabetes between visits and in the office.
Information on the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge, how to submit an entry, the requirements, and prizes awarded for designing an app that helps diabetes patients
By Tim Bredrup PositiveID Corporation, a developer of medical technologies for diabetes management, recently announced it has obtained certification from AT&T for PositiveID’s iglucose™ mobile health system, designed to simplify diabetes management for the millions of individuals impacted by this growing disease. This certification gives PositiveID’s FDA-cleared iglucose system access to the AT&T network, which […]
A recent Norwegian study compared the features of 290 mobile apps for diabetes care to clinical guideline recommendations for diabetes self-management
Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute received a $250,000 grant to launch a text messaging campagin in an underserved diabetic Hispanic community.