At Glooko, we improve the health outcomes of people with diabetes and related chronic conditions through our personalized, intelligent, connected care platform. Our proven technologies make lives better by revolutionizing the connection between patients and healthcare providers, driving patient engagement and adherence via digital therapeutics, and accelerating the speed of clinical trials.
Through multiple clinical studies conducted, we’ve observed immediate and sustained improvements across multiple glycemic outcomes following remote patient monitoring (RPM). These findings show that RPM provides multiple clinical benefits and improved outcomes for people with diabetes.
Some of the highlights of our real-world data studies include:
Delivering Improved and Sustained Glycemic Control1,2,3
Use of the Glooko Mobile App Improving Glycemic Outcomes in 2 Months4
Declining Patient Outcomes 6-8 Weeks After Stopping Using Glooko5
Download the infographic (PDF) below for findings from our studies.
1. Sheng T et al. Glycemic Improvements Following Mobile-Enabled Remote Patient Monitoring: A Randomized Control Study, ADA Scientific Sessions, June 2020. 2. Clements M, Duffee J and McCarther D. Remote patient monitoring for adults with type 2 diabetes. ADCES Research Sessions, August, 2020. 3. Sheng T, Parks L and Clements M. Remote patient monitoring in the real world: Immediate and long-term improvements in glycemic control. American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Annual Meeting, Houston TX. August, 2019. 4. Offringa R et al. Digital diabetes management application improves glycemic outcomes in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Journal of diabetes science and technology, 12(3), 701-708. 2018. 5. Sheng T et al. Mobile-Enabled Food Logging is Associated with Improved Glycemic Management in the Real World. Diabetes Technology Meeting (DTM), 2019. 6. Abad R et al. Use of mobile-enabled reminders feature is associated with improved behavioral and glycemic outcomes in the real world. American Diabetes Association (ADA), Scientific Sessions, 2019. 7. Babikian S et al. Deteriorating Glucose Control in Patients with Diabetes after Disengagement from a Mobile Health App. Diabetes Technology Meeting, Poster, 2020.