Self-management of chronic disease

Remote diabetes care

Diabetes management has become well suited to the use of telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring, particularly because of its heavy reliance on self-management and use of home medical devices.

For many patients, continuous contact with subspecialists is made difficult due to their insufficient numbers or sparse geographical distribution. 

With Remote Patient Monitoring, patients can receive close and qualified monitoring remotely. The right solution enables continuous glucose monitoring for people with type 1 diabetes, and it can connect with devices such as CGM systems, insulin pumps, and Bluetooth glucose meters. The connected devices allow for easy upload of data from the patient at home to the cloud, making it possible for clinicians to review aggregated diabetes device data.
No waiting time, travel hassle or needing to take time off from work, and the doctor does not have to be concerned about patient no-shows. Instead, the doctor will be given a comprehensive insight in patient data, which is particularly helpful for patients who do not have a well-controlled diabetes why their condition and its symptoms can fluctuate quite a lot between in-clinic visits. For patients, comprehensive insight in their health results in better treatment and better health outcomes.
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Benefits for healthcare providers

  • Track fluctuations between in-clinic consultations
  • Real-time data qualifying measurements of vitals
  • Support your patients’ adherence to treatment
  • Enhance healthcare team workflow

Benefits for patients

  • Support to an active life as wellbeing is monitored daily
  • Increased patient engagement through involvement and health history
  • Fewer and shorter hospital stays due to early intervention
  • Less travel and days off work


Top 10 Tips for Successfully Implementing a Diabetes Telehealth Program

Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, Dec 2020

Looking to the future, perhaps the most transformative opportunity for telehealth lies with a population-based, panel management approach to care. In this scenario, telehealth would become the primary modality of care with in-person care reserved for less common circumstances. A provider might start each day with an electronic dashboard populated in real time by patients’ most recent laboratory results, CGM data, insulin delivery data, and other patient-reported outcomes captured on a patient’s mobile device such as mood or diabetes distress.

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Automated integration of continuous glucose monitor data in the electronic health record using consumer technology

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, May 2016

This brief report demonstrates that it is feasible to utilize available consumer technology to integrate home glucose data in the EHR and enhance healthcare team workflow. Implementation on a larger scale of providers and patients is necessary to demonstrate impact on diabetes outcome measures.

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Evaluation of the clinical outcomes of telehealth for managing diabetes

Medicine (Baltimore), Oct 2018

The results of this meta-analysis indicated that compared with usual care, telehealth had a positive effect on glycemic and blood pressure control, while no significant difference was found in the control of BMI. For total cholesterol and quality of life, telehealth was similar or superior to usual care.

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Assessment of remote patient monitoring systems for patients with type 2 diabetes

Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders, Jun 2020

The assessment shows evidence that telehealth is effective in controlling HbA1c levels  in people living with type 2 diabetes.

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