Diabetes Tech on the Horizon Part 1 New Apps Coming in 2018
New apps and software updates frommySugr, Insulia, One Drop, as well as food and weight loss apps
Diabetes technology is moving fast, so to help you keep track, weve rounded up some of the latest offerings specifically inapps and software. (See here for CGM updates, and here for insulin delivery updates.) Below, youll find products that have either recently launched or are expected to launch in 2018 based on the most recent timing updates weve heard. This article is not fully comprehensive and timelines often change but this list covers some notable products. A more detailed description of each product follows the table of contents below.
Click to jump to a product, which are organized chronologically by their expected launch date within each category:
mySugr bundle (unlimitedtest strips + coaching)
Launched in the US and available in Germany Bundle Details
Whats New? In September, mySugr launched its Pro bundle in the US, priced at $39.99 per month (subject to change) for unlimited blood glucose strips, an Accu-Chek Guide meter (Bluetooth-enabled), the mySugr app, and access to a diabetes educator. Strips are shipped directly to peoples doors, eliminating prescription, insurance, and pharmacy hassles. This bundle is currently available in Germany and covered by some large insurers.
Separately, we also recently learned that mySugrs bolus (mealtime dosing) calculator is under FDA review. This tool should help simplify mealtime dosing math for those not on an insulin pump (carb counting will still be necessary). The calculator is already approved in Europe and is c Continue reading