NEW YORK – One Drop, a provider of digital therapeutics solutions for people with diabetes, has launched new features including blood glucose prediction and automated decision support. “The only way to get quality care and support to 500 million people is by developing inexpensive technology that gives each user exactly the support he or she needs, when it’s needed,” said Dr. Dan Goldner, vice president of data science operations at One Drop, in a statement. “That’s One Drop.” Through the new features, the One Drop mobile app will provide users with blood glucose forecasts up to 12 hours into the future and behavioral recommendations based on those forecasts. Through One Drop’s predictive analytic capabilities, people with diabetes will now be able to receive actionable insights into how their behavior affects their blood glucose levels, without any intervention from a health care provider. The app will display insights for the user as they become relevant. Blood glucose predictions and automated decision support will launch for people with Type 2 diabetes who are not on insulin within 90 days; for insulin users, these features are expected to launch soon after that. Population-level insights gathered from the machine learning models will also support One Drop’s digitally-delivered coaching programs: One Drop Experts, a digitally-delivered diabetes education and coaching program recognized by the American Diabetes Association; and One Drop Revive, a new digitally-delivered diabetes prevention program expected to launch later this year.
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