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Vigilant: A New App

Vigilant is a companion to diabetes monitoring that uses advanced pattern recognition technology to notify you of upcoming periods of risk. Seeing patient patterns and risk of diabetes complications in just a few seconds, this software can alert you to risk of severe lows in the next 24 hours.

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Moves

By ProtoGeo Price: $4.99 iOS Moves automatically tracks your everyday life and exercise. Just carry your phone in your pocket or bag. FEATURES: Automatic Tracking: Records daily walking, cycling and running. Places: Recognizes places in your daily life. Storyline: Visualizes your day in an easy-to-read timeline. Routes on map: See …

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TouchCare

We know that life can get very hectic. Luckily, things just got a whole lot easier for you. Reach YOUR doctor, not just any doctor, from home or on the go. With TouchCare, you can now see your doctor via safe, secure, HIPAA compliant video calls. No need to travel to the office or waste time in the waiting room. Simply download the app, connect with your doctor and start the call. TouchCare is convenient. It supplements in-office visits, providing a perfect platform for follow-up appointments, discussing test results, medication refills and much more!

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Halo Pronto™

The Doc Halo Mobile Health Platform is the leading clinical communication system for healthcare. The mobile app and online console provide secure, HIPAA-compliant texting for the safe transmission of protected patient information.

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Diabetes Manager

Diabetes Manager is an all-in-one insulin calculator, carbohydrate database, favorites database, and diary. It is developed for people with type 1 diabetes who inject pre-meal fast or rapid-acting insulin.

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What Motivates People to Use Technologies for Tracking Health?

As we all know, it is easy to start out with good intentions to be more active or manage diabetes better, but it’s much more difficult to follow through and stick with such changes so that they become sustainable. While some studies have recently shown that newer devices like the Fitbit can increase physical activity adherence, the real question is, will using the latest health information technologies be motivating enough for most people to continue doing it long-term?

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