in the uniqueness of human beings and therefore in the personalised treatment of diabetes.
Because there is no break from diabetes.
Diabetes management is complex and personal, and achieving therapy goals is an on-going challenge. That’s why a patient-centred approach is needed to select the right therapy in a timely manner and to help motivate patients to stay engaged with their self-management.
We offer a holistic, patient-centric approach to diabetes management to bring true relief to people with diabetes worldwide.
We leverage connected devices, services and digital products to personalise solutions that limit the progression of the disease, strengthen HCP, Patient and Payer collaboration, and improve outcomes to contribute to healthcare system sustainability.
United we advance the way diabetes is treated.
Proven results - through a more personalised approach.
Multiple studies have helped us pioneer our way towards iPDM to improve therapy outcomes.
Effective & <br>efficient processes
More frequent and timely therapy adjustments1-5
Faster and more accurate decision-making6
Greater clinician efficiency1,3,6
Greater clinician satisfaction1,3,5
Improved<br> clinical outcomes
Reduced therapeutic inertia1-4
Improved HbA1C with no increase in hypoglycaemia1-3
Reduced glycaemic variability2,3
Better postprandial control2,3
Stronger HCP & <br>patient collaboration
Higher treatment satisfaction1,3,4
Improved therapy adherence1,3
Enhanced patient understanding3,6
Improved patient self-efficacy7
A patient-centred open digital ecosystem.
Our open ecosystem enables integrated Personalised Diabates Management (iPDM) by connecting relevant patient data from diabetes management devices, health & fitness apps and other systems. With the integration of our own and partner solutions, we can personalise solutions for people with diabetes no matter where they are in their diabetes journey.
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