November updates: Demo at Stanford & Ashoka’s semi-finals

Hi everyone. Just a couple of updates on our news from the last month.

Demo at Stanford

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!

About the event:

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.

Ashoka’s semi-finals

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.

 

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November updates: Demo at Stanford & Ashoka’s semi-finals

EASD 2015: Dexcom G5 in Europe; apps for automatic carb counting

A lot of exciting news are coming these days from Stockholm, where EASD 2015 takes place. This is one of the biggest diabetes events of the year, with presentations of the latest research and technology – not to be missed by anyone interested in the field. We are following the event online and are happy to share the most interesting findings with you.
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