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Individual differences in fasting blood glucose

A fasting blood glucose (FBG) reading between 70-100 mg/dL is typically regarded as normal in people without diabetes1. While this range serves as a standard reference for assessing one’s glycemic status, inter-individual differences exist across the population. A better understanding of one’s own FBG range might provide a more actionable basis for reference. Mobile health… Continue reading Individual differences in fasting blood glucose

Supporting remote patient monitoring (RPM) by leveraging machine learning to predict dropout risk

Glooko’s solution to help healthcare systems implement smoother RPM workflows As Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) services experience higher adoption especially with the expansion of reimbursement for such programs, opportunities to support proactive care in the diabetes space emerge. Glooko provides care teams with the ability to remotely monitor and provide diabetes management services for people… Continue reading Supporting remote patient monitoring (RPM) by leveraging machine learning to predict dropout risk