JUNE 2020 DAVE MUOIO Onduo, Medtronic, Abbott, Glytec present diabetes management study data at ADA 2020 virtual conference From virtual management programs to hybrid closed loop systems, diabetes management companies put the spotlight on improved blood glucose management and positive clinical outcomes. The American Diabetes Association’s 80th Scientific Sessions kicked off this weekend, and a handful of diabetes management device-makers …
The company’s growing intellectual property portfolio attests to its leadership position in diabetes medication optimization in an era of data-driven care.
Glytec, the pioneer of digital therapeutics, has been awarded another patent allowance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The latest allowance references interactions between the company’s software-as-a-medical-device platform for insulin titration and multiple connected diabetes technologies, including continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems, smart insulin pens and insulin pumps.
The integrated solution will launch in pilot programs with select U.S. providers and payers early 2018.
Glytec is pleased to announce its Glucommander™ Outpatient will be integrated with Onduo’s virtual diabetes clinic to help people with type 2 diabetes more easily manage insulin therapy and achieve their glucose targets. Onduo, a joint venture of Sanofi and Verily (an Alphabet company), is developing a virtual platform that integrates hardware, such as wirelessly-connected continuous glucose monitors, software and personalized support from healthcare experts to help people manage their type 2 diabetes. The integrated solution will launch in pilot programs with select U.S. providers and payers early 2018.
The healthcare industry continues to focus efforts on treatments that work better, and ideally are less expensive and less invasive for patients.
Diabetes therapy management software with decision support for dosing and titration is the final piece of the therapeutic puzzle. In concert with data made available through CGM and cBGM, this software can help providers properly dose and titrate diabetes medications, especially insulin, and choose which diabetes medications may work best for each patient. Diabetes therapy management software, in its earliest form, was launched by Glytec in 2006.