A recent study tested an online intervention for diabetes in a small randomized controlled trial with encouraging results.
Tag: diabetes apps
WellDoc’s diabetes app BlueStar helps patients better understand their diabetes and provides tools for self-management.
Results of a study to evaluate diabetes apps for iOS and Android
Google’s secretive research lab Google X has announced plans regarding their work on a “smart contact lens” that continuously measures glucose readings.
Tastemade co-founder Joe Perez introduced a collaboration between his cooking-based YouTube network and USC’s Center for Body Computing.
Three clinical trials that integrate smartphones into artificial pancreas systems suggest a potentially expanding role of these devices.
A recent study highlights other apps that may garner regulatory scrutiny.
Chicago-based AllScripts launched an open innovation challenge at the Health 2.0 Conference in San Francisco earlier this month with big rewards for developers.
Vmersion-Health launches GlucoShare mobile health app for diabetics to share their blood glucose reading with friends/family and receive encouragement.
Azumio has acquired SkyHealth, developer of the top rated paid mobile fitness app for iOS Fitness Buddy, and diabetes coding app Glucose Buddy.
Review of Track 3, a Carb counter, Insulin dosage recording and tracking, glucose tracking, and medication recording app for diabetics.
Disclaimer: I have no relevant conflict of interest relationships to disclosure, and have no affiliation with the makers of iBGStar. Recently making it’s debut into the online Apple Store is the much hyped and anticipated iBGStar Blood Glucose monitoring system by Sanofi US. Although the peripheral device had gained clearance by European regulators more than […]