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Diabetes Technology Updates: The Summer 2015 Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

Diabetes Technology Updates: The Summer 2015 Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

Diabetes Technology Updates: The Summer 2015 DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange This event has rapidly grown up from that first gathering of hackers sharing their projects in late 2013, to a packed house of 90+ influencers (standing-room only). In the room were key industry players and FDA, the experts creating standards for diabetes devices, and a virtual whos-who of the small outfits developing novel platforms and apps for the diabetes world. We began with a fascinating opening talk on Diabetes and the Internet of Things by Sonny Vu , co-founder of AgaMatrix (instrumental in creating iBGStar) and now CEO of Misfit Wearables. He talked a lot about the imperative of compelling design, and reminded us all that Were only in the 1.0 era of design of health devices. Next up was Jeff Dachis, co-founder and former CEO of Razorfish , the worlds leading global digital marketing solutions company, telling his own story of recent diagnosis with type 1 diabetes and debuting his exciting new Mobile + Big Data platform, One Drop . See our extensive coverage of One Drop here . Then Andy Balo of Dexcom gave an excellent overview of the regulatory challenges / pathway to getting data solutions and apps approved and Dexcoms success in that arena. It was great to see him warmly acknowledge that there is no doubt that the (#WeAreNotWaiting) community has helped push all this through! Then on to the main event: an Industry Forum including the following players presenting their take on how their respective companies are handling the burgeoning #WeAreNotWaiting movement and the call for open data sharing: Animas Ramakrishna Venugopalan, Director, Artificial Pancreas Initiative Dexcom Andy Balo, VP Regulatory & Clinical Affairs Roche Horst Merkle, Director Diabetes Management Solutions Tandem Jim Continue reading >>

New App Demos At The Diabetesmine D-data Exchange And Innovation Summit

New App Demos At The Diabetesmine D-data Exchange And Innovation Summit

New App Demos at the DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange and Innovation Summit Glucose, food, exercise, and even DIY closed loop on the phone Last month, diaTribe attended the 2016 DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange and Innovation Summit at UCSF. The two-day meetup, organized by DiabetesMine , attracted an impressive roster of diabetes movers and shakers to discuss the today and tomorrow of diabetes care from the perspectives of technology and digital health. It was particularly encouraging to hear about upcoming diabetes apps and an educational video resource called Diabetes What to Know , along with great motivation advice from Kaisers Dr. David Sobel. Noteworthy app developers gave demos of their products five of which are featured below. It is great to see apps gradually moving beyond step one gathering data passively to step two: doing something valuable with it. Sugar.IQ : (Medtronic & IBM Watson collaboration): The app uses Medtronic CGM and pump data, paired with meal information that users manually enter, to find hidden patterns in diabetes data. The pattern recognition is very actionable, making it a great tool. For example, it may say: [At 7 AM] Planning your day? I see you tend to go low on Saturdays between 12 PM and 3 PM and Having Tuna salad? Be aware that you tend to go low when you eat this meal. Sugar.IQ is currently in a limited launch and is scheduled for a wider launch later this year. Loop : This iPhone app substantially reduces the hardware required for running a do-it-yourself artificial pancreas system. Loop provides a user interface for hybrid closed loop on the iPhone and requires just one small relay device (a RileyLink, about a tic-tac box in size), an old Medtronic pump, and Dexcom CGM. It automatically adjusts basal insulin delivery, but still needs m Continue reading >>

Ada 2016 Conference Kickoff And The Diabetesmine D-data Exchange!

Ada 2016 Conference Kickoff And The Diabetesmine D-data Exchange!

Home Feed Items ADA 2016 Conference Kickoff and the DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange! ADA 2016 Conference Kickoff and the DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange! Today marks the start of the American Diabetes Associations' 76th annual Scientific Sessions, taking place this year in New Orleans -- and also our Summer 2016 DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange, happening now!As you all surely know, ADA's giant annual ... Read More FREE! Download the Diabetes & Heart-Healthy Shopping Guide eBook! Get this guide to shopping for diabetes & heart healthy products. Also, get great recipes, and tips about diabetes, heart health and nutrition. Instantly download 5 Healthy Diabetes Recipe e-books along with the Diabetes & Heart-Healthy Shopping Guide eBook! 1995-2015 OmniChannel Health Media . All rights reserved. OmnichannelHealth Media, publisher of CDiabetes.com, does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. See additional information. We will send you scheduled reminders about this event via email until the day of the event. Simply enter your email address below and click on the "Remind Me" button. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. Get a FREE CDiabetes Heart-Healthy Shopping Guide eBook! Continue reading >>

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange Fall 2015: Fda On Diabetes Hacking

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange Fall 2015: Fda On Diabetes Hacking

DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange Fall 2015: FDA on Diabetes Hacking Share DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange Fall 2015: FDA on Diabetes Hacking DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange Fall 2015: FDA on Diabetes Hacking All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you. "FDA on DIY (do it yourself) Diabetes Solutions" - present by Stayce Beck of FDA at the Fall 2015 DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange at Stanford School of Medicine. 1. FDA on DIY Diabetes Solutions: Regulatory Concerns & Best Practice Stayce E. Beck, Ph.D., M.P.H. Office of In Vitro Diagnostics and Radiological Health Food and Drug Administration 2. Private Citizen creates Do It Yourself Device (e.g., Artificial Pancreas device) and shares that device with others (e.g., sharing code, specifications, etc.) 3. These controls are important to assure the safety of medical products, but I will focus today more on the reasons behind them Rule # 541.2 b says... 4. Key to assuring all bases are covered Reduces falling through the cracks Provides a party for feedback/complaints/relief Ex: Who is responsible? AP developer? CGM developer? Pump developer? No one? 5. Clear Specifications Impact of changes Ex: Modified AP software code that is incompatible with rarely used pump setting causes bolus calculator to use incorrect value for Insulin On Board 6. What does the device do? What are the Limitations? Anything that can go wrong, will Clarity surrounding the data (or lack of) in clinical studies Ex: AP app designed so that users may inadvertently hit bolus button when intending to input meal data 7. Safe environment during development Unanticipated software bugs can have devastating effects When fail, fail sa Continue reading >>

Dlab Blog Diabeteslab

Dlab Blog Diabeteslab

Hi everyone. Just a couple of updates on our news from the last month. DiabetesLab was invited to our second D-Data event this time at Stanford. We have shown a demo of our app and got a lot of feedback. Thanks to Amy Tenderich for the invitation! The DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange is a gathering of key innovators creating applications and platforms that leverage diabetes data to produce healthier outcomes, reduce healthcare costs, increase transparency to policy decision-makers and care teams, and improve prospects for patient engagement. The DiabetesMine Innovation Summit is our unique annual gathering of diabetes gamechangers. The Summit represents a tremendous opportunity to connect the dots between patients, industry, entrepreneurs, designers, and physicians the brightest minds doing the most innovative thinking in the diabetes world to date. Fun little character in @DiabetesLab demo here at #DData15 -MH pic.twitter.com/9KmJAsUD6d DiabetesMine (@DiabetesMine) November 20, 2015 DiabetesLab is selected as a Semi-Finalist in the challenge Making More Health organized by Ashoka and Boehringer Ingelheim. Making More Health: Co-Creating a Healthier World is a challenge for social innovators who have a person-centered (rather than product-centered) approach to health. Now we have entered the semi-finals, the co-creation phase of the challenge. Continue reading >>

Report From The Fall 2017 Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

Report From The Fall 2017 Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

We're sorry, an error occurred. We are unable to collect your feedback at this time. However, your feedback is important to us. Please try again later. We hope many of you were ableto watch the livestream from the Nightscout Foundation of our Fall 2017DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange forum that took place on Thursday, Nov. 16, atStanford University. Itshard to believe this is the 5th year weve been bringing peopletogether for this biannual #DData gathering of leaders and passionate developers ofdiabetes technology! Its the event that gave birth to the #WeAreNotWaiting hashtag and movement. Inthose years weve seen exciting results that include partnerships, hirings,product development progress, big strides towards interoperability and FREEINGTHE DATA, and overall helping to forge new innovation pathways. Itsalso been a full 10 years since that Open Letter to Steve Jobs that startedthis whole journey for DiabetesMine. Shortly before this event, Bloomberg reported that diabetesdevices may be having their iPhone moment... Theyalso quote a Jeffries analyst in New York saying, This is a crossroads fordiabetes technology... as consumer tech giants like Apple, Googleand Fitbit are startingto make a lot of noise about their involvement in diabetes. Wewere very excited about the array of great presenters and topics at our Fall #DData17 event, and today we bring you a quick run-down with links to thepresentations where possible. You can start by checking out my opening remarks here . You can also view the agenda/program here , and access the event photos on ourFacebook page . A great opening talk on Digital Health: Lessons Learned &Opportunities for Diabetes by MintuTurakhia, Executive Director of Stanfords new Center for Digital Health. Dueto Stanfords policies, we cant publish his Continue reading >>

Ada 2016 And The Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

Ada 2016 And The Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

We're sorry, an error occurred. We are unable to collect your feedback at this time. However, your feedback is important to us. Please try again later. Today marks the start of the American Diabetes Associations' 76th annual Scientific Sessions, taking place this year in New Orleans -- and also our Summer 2016 DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange, happening now! As you all surely know, ADA's giant annual meeting brings together over 15,000 clinicians and healthcare professionals for five days of oral presentations, symposiums, product theater presentations, poster sessions, and of course a huge exhibit hall brimming with all the latest and greatest treatments and products on display. Yes, there's an app for that! If you happen to be attending, or just want to browse through event details, download the ADA 2016 app here . There seems to be a bit of confusion over the Twitter hashtag this year (#ADA2016 or #2016ADA) but the @AmDiabetesAssn itself appears to be using #2016ADA , so we recommend going with that. Our team is on the ground in New Orleans as you read this post, readying for a weekend of frantic D-news activity. In the days leading up to this event, we've heard word about some of the exciting new announcements being timed with the. A few of those, embargoed until today: Data-sharing platform Glooko has announced that it's almost ready to unveil the Medtronic integration with its platform, the first third-party program that Medtronic has allowed access to its data beyond its own proprietary CareLink platform. The initial announcement of this was big news at last year's Scientific Sessions, and it's now nearing the finish line with a planned launch in July. This means easy data-syncing with Minimed pumps and CGM sensors from the Glooko mobile app for iOS and Android, and Continue reading >>

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange Fall 2015: Amy Tenderich Opening

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange Fall 2015: Amy Tenderich Opening

DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange Fall 2015: Amy Tenderich Opening Share DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange Fall 2015: Amy Tenderich Opening DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange Fall 2015: Amy Tenderich Opening All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you. 1. #ddata15 2. Whew 3. WOW! 4. Gold Sponsor 5. Silver Sponsors 6. Leadership / Supporters 7. Welcome!! 8. Participating... Amida Technology Abbott Diabetes 8. Participating... Amida Technology Abbott Diabetes Bayer Diabetes Care Bigfoot Biomedical BD Medical Centre for eHealth Innovation Companion Medical Databetes Diabetes Lab DiaSend Easycarb Human API Glooko Livongo Health Medtronic Diabetes MedHelp Mode AGC MySugr Nightscout Foundation #OpenAPS / #DIYPS Telcare Quantified Self Labs TypeZero Technologies 9. Highlights A language of Interoperability Toward a common language for medical devices 10. Interoperability That Works Adam Brown, Close Conerns 11. EHR Integration & Standards? Peter Levin, Amida Technology 12. Meet Justus Harris Blood Glucose Sculpture pioneer 13. Advisory Committee Anna McCollister-Slipp, Galileo AnalyticsBrandon Arbiter, Tidepool Howard Look, Tidepool Rick Altinger, Glooko Amar Kendale, Livongo John Sjolund, Timesulin Rick Kates, J&J 14. Wanna Help? [email protected] @DiabetesMine @AmyDBMine Continue reading >>

The Summer 2017 Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

The Summer 2017 Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

We're sorry, an error occurred. We are unable to collect your feedback at this time. However, your feedback is important to us. Please try again later. On Friday, June 9, justbefore the big ADA conference kicked off in San Diego, we hosted our 8thbiannual DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange . The aim of this forum is toconvene key players in the Diabetes Technology World for a chance to update,interact and have the critical discussions that help drive progress. Were veryhappy and proud to be able to facilitate these gatherings. See the event agenda andguide here , and photo album here . Thanks to Wes Nordgren of theNightscout Foundation, the event was live-streamed again, and is viewable here . For those who still like toread, heres my own assessment of the days program, and what it means for ourcommunity. I kicked off the day bytalking about how we stand at an exciting juncture -- when the dream of anArtificial Pancreas coming to market is FINALLY HAPPENING. Seriously, where once peoplerolled their eyes at this concept the AP is now making mainstream headlines andhas become nearly synonymous with progress in diabetes care. We have many of the people inattendance at our #DData17 gathering to thank for that! Meanwhile, in the currentpolitical environment, theres an unprecedented level of uncertainly about theAmerican Healthcare system. No one knows how reform is really going to playout So against that backdrop, we believe the #WEARENOTWAITING movement of pushing ahead with bottom-up innovation is more importantthan ever. I kicked off the program by doing mybest to provide an update on whats new from the Nightscout Foundation and#OpenAPS community. This wasnt easy, because when I reached out to leaders WesNordgren and Dana Lewis, I was overwhelmed at all thats happening. But I Continue reading >>

Galileo Analytics To Demo Galileo Cosmos At D-data Exchange At Ada 2014

Galileo Analytics To Demo Galileo Cosmos At D-data Exchange At Ada 2014

Galileo Analytics to Demo Galileo Cosmos at D-Data Exchange at ADA 2014 (Washington, DC June 1, 2014) Galileo Analytics Co-Founder Anna McCollister-Slipp will demo Galileo Cosmos at the DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange today prior to 74th Scientific Sessions of the the American Diabetes Association in San Francisco. Sponsored by the leading diabetes blog, DiabetesMine, in conjunction with Tidepool, the event will feature a range of hacker/presenters, clinicians and researchers who are developing digital technologies to help drive innovative treatment strategies for diabetes through health information technology. McCollister-Slipp will demo Galileo Cosmos, the Galileo Analytics visual data exploration and analytics platform, which provides a visual, dynamic way to mine and analyze complex electronic health data. The Cosmos demo will feature two large sets of aggregated, de-identified electronic health record data from diabetes patients from the US and the UK. In addition to the Galileo Cosmos demo, the event will feature demos from a range of diabetes hackers and companies developing applications to improve treatment for diabetes. The demos follow a full day of speakers discussing the need for and progress in creating software-based solutions to various challenges with understanding and treating diabetes. For more information about the D-Data Exchange event, visit www.diabetesmine.com . Continue reading >>

Amy Tenderich - Ahip

Amy Tenderich - Ahip

Founder and Editor-in-Chief, DiabetesMine; Editorial Director, Diabetes and Patient Advocacy, Healthline Networks, Inc. Amy Tenderich is a journalist, blogger, patient advocate, and consultant who started DiabetesMine.com after her diagnosis with type 1 diabetes in 2003. Her site has become a leading online destination for people with diabetes and one of the top award-winning health blogs around the country and the world. The site became part of San Francisco-based Healthline Media in January 2015. Amy is the co-author, along with Dr. Richard Jackson of the Joslin Diabetes Center, of Know Your Numbers, Outlive Your Diabetes a unique motivational guide to the 5 key medical tests that everyone with diabetes should have and monitor regularly. She has made it her personal mission to spur innovation in diabetes care that actually originates with patients. She penned an Open Letter to Steve Jobs in 2007 that went viral, developing into an international crowdsourcing competition called the DiabetesMine Design Challenge. The competition was underwritten by the California HealthCare Foundation, and supported by IDEO, a leading design firm with close ties to Stanford University. The competition culminated in the DiabetesMine Innovation Summit, a unique annual gathering of diabetes stakeholders that Amy organizes and hosts at Stanford University School of Medicine and UCSF, and the bi-annual DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange technology forum. Amy is a regular speaker and guest lecturer on patient-centered design and related patient advocacy topics. Continue reading >>

Tech Meets Diabetes, Diabetes Meetstech

Tech Meets Diabetes, Diabetes Meetstech

How Amy Tenderich Breaks Down Barriers between Technology, Healthcare Providers, andPatients Last year, Amy Tenderich from DiabetesMine invited Better s Founder and CEO, Rachael Norman, to speak at the 2017 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit. The experience was so amazing that we wanted to learn more about DiabetesMine, how health insurance impacts the diabetic community and why Amy isnt waiting. Amy Tenderich is a leading advocate for the diabetic community and one of the events Amy hosts is the annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit. That was how she heard about Better. The 2017 conference theme was problem solving our healthcare, #WeAreNotWaiting and she was searching for companies developing new solutions to existing healthcare problems. Several people in the Stanford community mentioned this organization called Better who are doing this amazing platform to help people with their insurance claims and we were like, Amy has her own claim to fame. In 2007, Amy wrote an open letter to Steve Jobs that went viral. She called for Apple (and all of Silicon Valley) to apply the same design skills to medical devices that Apple devoted to its consumer products. She wrote that the devices the diabetic community had to live with were stuck in a bygone era, created in an engineering-driven, physician-centered bubble. If insulin pumps or continuous glucose monitors had the form of an iPod Nano, people wouldnt have to wonder why we wear our pagers to our own weddings, or puzzle over that strange bulge under our clothes. [] They (the medical device industry) have not yet grasped the concept that medical devices are also life devices, and therefore need to feel good and look good for the patients using them 24/7, in addition to keeping us alive. Jobs never replied so Tenderich took the l Continue reading >>

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

The DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange is a gathering of key innovators creating applications and platforms that leverage diabetes data to produce healthier outcomes, reduce healthcare costs, increase transparency to policy decision-makers and care teams, and improve prospects for patient engagement. It was created as an offshoot of our annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit in 2013, and in response to a groundswell of interest, this catalyst for the #WeAreNotWaiting movement has now become a bi-annual happening. The most recent DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange took place on Nov. 16, 2017, at Stanford School of Medicine, in association with our annual Innovation Summit happening there. This incredible 8th gathering of leading diabetes data and device experts, health data innovators, patient activists and regulatory experts featured: Read all about the talks and panels here . Prior to that, our June 2017 event in San Diego brought together a fantastic group of influencers in the #DData world. This summer forum focused on how industry is embracing patient innovation, bringing a significant paradigm shift. Read all about MIT Innovation Scholar Eric von Hippels keynote and more here . The DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange events are supported by our valued industry sponsors, and content is created with the help of our friends at Tidepool and an Advisory Committee made up of entrepreneurs and representatives from Glooko, Livongo, One Drop, Timesulin and Johnson & Johnson Diabetes. If youre interested in sponsorship, or becoming otherwise involved, please email us here. Continue reading >>

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

Diabetesmine D-data Exchange

El DiabetesMine D-Data Ex Change es una reunin de claves innovadores que crean aplicaciones y plataformas que aprovechan los datos de diabetes para producir resultados ms saludables, reducir los costos de atencin mdica, aumentar la transparencia para los responsables de la toma de decisiones y los equipos de atencin, y mejorar las perspectivas de participacin de los pacientes. Fue creado como una rama de nuestra Cumbre anual de innovacin DiabetesMine en 2013, y en respuesta a un gran inters, este catalizador para el movimiento #WeAreNotWaiting ahora se ha convertido en un acontecimiento bianual. El ms reciente DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange tuvo lugar el 16 de noviembre de 2017 en la Escuela de Medicina de Stanford, en asociacin con nuestra Cumbre de Innovacin anual que est teniendo lugar all. Esta increble 8 th reunin de expertos lderes en datos y dispositivos para la diabetes, innovadores en datos de salud, activistas de pacientes y expertos en regulacin present: una charla de apertura del nuevo Centro para salud digital de Stanford , Dr. Mintu Turakhia; un taller prctico sobre investigaciones lideradas por pacientes por la lder de #WeAreNotWaiting, Dana Lewis; una actualizacin de la FDA sobre su nuevo programa de certificacin digital de software de salud digital; una mirada a la tecnologa blockchain en el cuidado de la salud; Lea todo sobre las charlas y los paneles aqu. Antes de eso, nuestro evento de junio de 2017 en San Diego reuni a un fantstico grupo de personas influyentes en el mundo #DData. Este foro de verano se centr en cmo la industria est adoptando la innovacin del paciente, trayendo un significativo "cambio de paradigma". " Lea todo sobre la conferencia magistral de MIT Innovation Scholar Eric von Hippel y ms aqu. Los eventos DiabetesMine D-Data Ex Cambia Continue reading >>

Design Archives - One Drop: Diabetes Management Made Simple

Design Archives - One Drop: Diabetes Management Made Simple

One Drop: Diabetes Management Made Simple Buy One Drop | Chrome at start.onedrop.today or through the free One Drop Mobile app for iOS and Android , with shipping to US, UK, and EU. One Drop | Chrome is a sleek, compact, seamless glucose monitoring system. Using Bluetooth wireless technology, One Drop | Chrome instantly syncs your glucose data with the One Drop | Mobile app. Get unlimited test strips delivered straight to your with a One Drop | Premium subscription. One Drop | Premium is the first-ever monthly subscription service to provide 24/7 on-demand access to Certified Diabetes Educators and unlimited blood glucose test strips on-demand all for less than the cost of a monthly co-pay. As part of Premium, users get: Devices that seamlessly integrate into your lifestyle a gorgeous bluetooth blood glucose meter, chrome lancing device, and vegan leather carry case that fits in your back pocket.One Drop | Chrome syncs data directly with One Drop | Mobile. Based on your usage, all the test strips you need to use One Drop | Chrome are delivered direct to your door. Real-time (24/7) access to Certified Diabetes Educators to support you, guide you, and celebrate your accomplishments. Reach out to your personal diabetes Expert anytime via in-app chat through One Drop | Mobile. One Drop Apple iOS, Apple Watch, and Android apps allow you to log and analyze Glucose, Food, Meds and Activity all in one place, set daily diabetes management goals, track daily progress, and interact with a worldwide community of people living with diabetes. The iOS and watchOS apps have full HealthKit and CareKit integration, allowing you to sync data from other health apps (e.g., CGMs, Bluetooth meters, food & activity trackers) and share your data with your Care Team.In addition, you get persona Continue reading >>

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