One Drop is App of the Day in the iOS App Store!

We’re Apple’s App of the Day! 📱

If you head over to the App Store today, you’ll see a totally revamped store (which looks amazing, BTW), as well as One Drop, featured as Apple’s App of the day! This stamp of approval from the “digital magazine for apps” is what many people & developers worldwide deem the ultimate seal of approval. And with the millions of apps available for download, we are stoked to receive such all-star recognition.

One Drop App Highlights

So what does Apple have to say about their App of the Day pick?

  • “One Drop makes [managing your diabetes] a lot easier and presents the data in a format that makes sense at a glance.”

  • “Your blood sugar (the red circle) is what you need to monitor, but the other colors help you visualize how lifestyle choices might be affecting that important number.”

  • “Seeing the information contextualized in this way can also help you identify problematic times of the day, as well as highlight your successes.”

  • “We particularly appreciate the step-by-step recipes for A1C-friendly versions of our favorite dishes. Who knew low-carb tacos could be so delicious?”

For the full story, check out Apple’s coverage here. (PSST 🗣 To get the full experience, view this story in the App Store on iOS 11 with your iPhone or iPad.)

Just in time: National Diabetes Awareness Month

This awesome feature comes just in the nick of time – it’s National Diabetes Awareness Month! So having an app like One Drop highlighted in the Apple Store is just one more way to get all eyes on diabetes. 👀

It’s this awareness and advocacy that are helping to accelerate diabetes into the 21st century. And One Drop users are fueling the fire. 🚀 In just over two years, over 1/2 million One Drop | Mobile users have contributed over 500 million health data points. We have logged in 8,500,000 times, spent more than 13,000,000 minutes in the app tracking & analyzing our BGs, meds, food, and activity, and contributed to a growing body of health data informing the future of diabetes self-care. Why? Because we are not waiting. 👊

One Drop Partners with Fitbit to Bring Diabetes Management Data Insights to Users Worldwide

One Drop users gain 24/7 access to Fitbit data in combination with One Drop health data to drive more comprehensive care management experience

One Drop to develop custom app for Fitbit Ionic™ providing diabetes-related health data on wrist for users of both Android and iOS devices

NEW YORKOct. 31, 2017 — One Drop, a leading digital diabetes care and self-management platform, today announced a multi-part collaboration with Fitbit (NYSE: FIT) that will use the power of Fitbit wearable data to bring enhanced data-driven care management tools to the diabetes community. The first initiative will be to integrate enhanced access to Fitbit data into the One Drop | Mobile app for diabetes management, providing One Drop users with at-a-glance access to Fitbit data, with the goal of helping users better understand the impact of physical activity on blood glucose management. Fitbit data will also be incorporated into One Drop reports, allowing physicians and One Drop | Experts, and One Drop | Professional users to utilize this data to make more personalized, informed care decisions.

Starting in November, One Drop users will be able to sync Fitbit intraday data to their One Drop accounts. This will allow users of the free, cloud-based diabetes management solution to seamlessly integrate data from all Fitbit devices throughout the day, reducing the burden of manually tracking physical activity, sleep and heart rate data.

One Drop will also analyze Fitbit data along with One Drop’s 500 million user-generated health data points with the goal of surfacing deeper insights and improving health outcomes for all people with diabetes worldwide. For example, someone can potentially see how their physical activity can impact blood glucose levels. One Drop | Experts1 users will be able to review this data with their very own Certified Diabetes Educator as they work together to meet personalized health goals.

“We strive to provide our community with the most comprehensive set of data and tools to manage their diabetes or prediabetes. Working with Fitbit, the leading global wearables brand, was a natural next step for One Drop,” said Jeff Dachis, CEO and Founder, One Drop. “One Drop is among the top Health and Fitness apps in nearly 120 countries with over 600,000 downloads worldwide. By integrating Fitbit data and creating an app for Fitbit Ionic, we will be able to provide our users and their healthcare providers with more data and deeper insights to better manage their diabetes.”

Also beginning in November, all One Drop users, regardless of their mobile platform, will be able to purchase the Fitbit tracker that best suits their needs, including Fitbit’s new smartwatch, Fitbit Ionic, through a special offer made available through a unique One Drop storefront experience.

One Drop will also develop an app for Fitbit Ionic, bringing One Drop’s care management experience to the wrist. Using the Fitbit software development kit (SDK), which was made available to developers last month, users will be able to track the same self-care data, and view data-driven insights and statistics from One Drop with convenience and ease.

One Drop is an award-winning2, cloud-based diabetes management solution with a track record of delivering remarkable clinical outcomes3  through its evidence-based self-care tools, professional coaching, and data-driven insights. A study published in JMIR Diabetes in August 2017 demonstrated a 1.1% to 1.3% absolute reduction in A1C in just four months among free One Drop | Mobile users, a more significant reduction than other published research suggested was possible using a mobile care management app. As part of this partnership, the companies are exploring new research opportunities to enhance future product innovation.

“Our mission is to help make the world healthier, and our new Ionic smartwatch is the health platform that allows us to deliver our most advanced health and fitness features to the market,” said Adam Pellegrini, General Manager Fitbit Health Solutions. “This holistic experience brings the power of Fitbit data together with One Drop’s sophisticated care management technology to provide meaningful insights on the role of physical activity and how it can improve the health of those living with diabetes.”

ABOUT ONE DROP
One Drop (Informed Data Systems Inc.) is a digital health company harnessing the power of mobile computing and data science to transform the lives of everyone with diabetes worldwide.The One Drop platform is evidence-based and clinically effective. It brings affordable, accessible diabetes care to everyone with diabetes and a smartphone, as well as their insurers and health care providers. One Drop | Chrome is sold exclusively by One Drop (iOSAndroid, and http://onedrop.today/), Amazon (http://www.amazon.com), and Apple
(http://store.apple.com). One Drop’s consumer subscription services are available for purchase in-app (iOS and Android) and at http://onedrop.today. The One Drop | Mobile solution is available for free download worldwide (iOS and Android). For more information, contact just@onedrop.today.

Fitbit and the Fitbit logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Fitbit, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Additional Fitbit trademarks can be found at www.fitbit.com/legal/trademark-list. Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

1 One Drop | Experts has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association for Quality Self-Management Education and Support: http://onedrop.today/experts/

2 http://onedrop.today/2015/03/25/one-drop-launches-at-launch-festival-2015/

3 http://diabetes.jmir.org/2017/2/e21/

ONE DROP | MOBILE APP WITH ONE DROP | EXPERTS ON IPHONE AND APPLE WATCH LOWERS A1C BY 1.2% IN 3 MONTHS

One Drop | Experts + Apple Watch

Company announces study results demonstrating a 1.2% absolute reduction in A1c among people with type 2 diabetes using One Drop | Mobile with One Drop | Experts personalized diabetes coaching on iPhone and Apple Watch

New York, NY — September 7, 2017 — One Drop will present real-world data from an evaluation of One Drop | Experts with the Apple Watch at the Stanford Medicine X Conference next week. Using retrospective app-collected data, the company will report peer-reviewed drastic improvements in self-care and blood glucose among people with type 2 diabetes (T2D). Specifically, people with type 2 diabetes and A1c levels equal to or greater than 7.5% who used the One Drop | Mobile app with One Drop | Experts on iPhone and Apple Watch for three months saw a 1.2% absolute reduction in A1C. See abstract for additional details.

One Drop is a free, award-winning, cloud-based diabetes management solution available on iOS, watchOS, Android, and Amazon Alexa. On iOS and Android, the One Drop | Mobile app allows people to store and track self-care behaviors (including blood glucose checks, medication doses, physical activity and food intake) manually and passively via the One Drop | Chrome Bluetooth-connected glucose meter, as well as thousands of other health tracking devices and apps through Apple HealthKit and Google Fit. The fully-featured watchOS app allows users to track the same self-care data, and view data-driven insights and statistics, right on their Watch face.

One Drop | Experts is an ADA-recognized diabetes education* and coaching service delivered entirely through the One Drop | Mobile app. The “Experts” are Certified Diabetes Educators available 24/7 for guidance, support, and anytime care. Experts deliver personalized digital therapeutics programs to help people with diabetes define and achieve their health management goals. Users can communicate with their Experts anytime via in-app chat; all data recorded in the app is available to Experts in real-time, allowing them to provide personalized behavioral guidance when it’s most relevant. One Drop is also the only diabetes management platform that offers comprehensive self-care, peer-support, and expert support all in one place.

Last year, Evidation Health Inc. recruited 144 U.S. adults with T2D to complete a survey, receive an Apple Watch, and use the One Drop | Mobile app on iOS and watchOS in combination with the One Drop | Experts program. Using real-world, app-tracked data, One Drop found improvements in:

• Weekly physical activity: +35 minutes

• Carbohydrate intake per meal: -20 grams

• Average blood glucose: -35 mg/dL (a -1.2% A1c reduction)

Evidation Health Inc. recruited an additional 146 people to use the One Drop | Experts program with the One Drop | Mobile app on iOS only (without an Apple Watch). Results presented at the 77th Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association included an A1c improvement of -0.90% among study completers and -1.00% among active users [1]. Leveraging app-collected data, One Drop reported these same users improved, but not to the same degree as Apple Watch users [2]:

• Weekly physical activity: +25 minutes

• Carbohydrate intake per meal: -15 grams

• Average blood glucose: -29 mg/dL (a 1.00% A1c reduction)

“Evaluating whether we’re moving the needle and affecting health outcomes is critical at One Drop,” says Jeff Dachis, CEO and Founder of One Drop. “We’re harnessing real-world data to understand One Drop’s impact. So far, outcomes are consistent, compelling, and enhanced by the Apple Watch.”

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just released final guidance on real-world data, which can be user-generated in an app like One Drop. According to the FDA document, when data is relevant and reliable, it may constitute valid scientific evidence.

“Our goals at One Drop are to improve the health of our users and to give them an incredible experience while they do it. At this intersection, we achieve meaningful outcomes,” says Dr. Chandra Osborn, Vice President of Health and Behavioral Informatics at One Drop. “With the help of Apple, we combine relevant and reliable passively-collected data, manually-entered data collected from our app, and objective glucose data from our meter, and we analyze all of them with the rigorous standards of scientific excellence.”

1 Kumar S., et al. Impact of a diabetes mobile app with in-app coaching on glycemic control. Late-breaking peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; San Diego, CA, USA, June 2017.
2 Osborn C.Y., et al The One Drop mobile app with in-app coaching improves blood glucose and self-care. Peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; San Diego, CA, USA, June 2017.

ABOUT ONE DROP

One Drop (Informed Data Systems Inc.) is a digital health company harnessing the power of mobile computing and data science to transform the lives of everyone with diabetes worldwide.

The One Drop platform is evidence-based and clinically effective. It brings affordable, accessible diabetes care to everyone with diabetes and a smartphone, as well as their insurers and health care providers. One Drop | Chrome is sold exclusively by One Drop (iOS, Android, and http://onedrop.today/), Amazon (http://www.amazon.com), and Apple (http://store.apple.com). One Drop’s consumer subscription services are available for purchase in-app (iOS and Android) and at http://onedrop.today. The One Drop | Mobile solution is available for free download worldwide (iOS and Android). For more information, contact just@onedrop.today.

*The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support. Learn more at http://www.onedrop.today.

ONE DROP LAUNCHES POWER OF 10 PROGRAM TO PROVIDE FREE ADA-RECOGNIZED DIABETES EDUCATION AND SUPPORT TO THOSE MOST IN NEED

For every One Drop subscription sold, One Drop is donating 10 One Drop | Experts subscriptions for its ADA-Recognized diabetes support and education program

New York, NY — September 6, 2017 — One Drop today announced the Power of 10, a charitable giving program where, for every One Drop subscription sold, One Drop is donating 10 subscriptions to One Drop | Experts, its ADA-Recognized digital diabetes support and education* program, to medically underserved and uninsured people with diabetes.

Today, over 30 million Americans are living with diabetes and another 90 million are living with prediabetes. It remains the 7th leading cause of death in the United States and takes a particularly hard toll on the “diabetes belt” — an area spanning 15 states in the Southeast with high rates of poverty, low levels of college educational attainment, and the highest rates of diabetes and obesity in the country. Access to quality healthcare is a major problem for people in these areas, as well as many other Americans who are currently underinsured, without health insurance, or otherwise medically underserved.

“Our patients have limited resources and time for diabetes management,” said Parker Panovec, MD, Medical Director of Faith Family Medical Center. “We are excited about the prospect of One Drop’s Power of 10 program and its potential to improve diabetic control and the lives of our patients.”

“Every 6 seconds a person dies from diabetes and the medically underserved are the worst hit,” said Jeff Dachis, CEO and Founder of One Drop. “Diabetes itself is not a death sentence. It is a manageable condition and many of these deaths can be prevented with better diabetes education. Through the Power of 10, One Drop is partnering with our customers and clinics nationwide to ensure every single person in America diagnosed with diabetes has the insights, information, and support they need to succeed. For every single subscription we sell in the US, whether through payers, employers, health systems or direct to consumers, One Drop will donate 10 One Drop | Experts subscriptions to those most in need, without limitations.”

One Drop | Experts is a clinically-validated, scalable diabetes education and coaching program delivered entirely through the One Drop | Mobile app. It is the first and only digital coaching program to receive ADA recognition, identifying One Drop | Experts as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (NSDSMES). The “Experts” are Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs) who work one-on-one with people with diabetes, providing personalized educational content and insights, as well as ongoing support, encouragement and accountability. One Drop | Experts are available 24/7, delivering all content and advice via in-app chat anytime, anywhere and without prescriptions, hassles, or appointments.

One Drop | Experts has proven to be uniquely engaging, combining the use of mobile technology, real-time health data and human support to empower people with diabetes to take an active role in self-care and achieve healthier outcomes. Earlier this year at the American Diabetes Association 77th Scientific Sessions, Evidation Health Inc. reported results of a study evaluating the One Drop | Mobile app and One Drop | Experts coaching service. In just 3 months, people with type 2 diabetes improved their A1c by [1]:

• -0.90% among study completers;
• -1.00% among active users who used the app and messaged a coach at least once; and
• -1.32% among active users with baseline A1c ≥ 9.0%.

Leveraging data collected in-app, One Drop reported these users [2]:

• reduced carbohydrate intake by >10 grams per meal;
• increased activity by 25 minutes per week;
• decreased average blood glucose by 29 mg/dL (a 1.00% A1c reduction);
• reduced glycemic variability; and
• increased the percentage of in-range blood glucose values.

To learn more about the Power of 10, visit http://onedrop.today/powerof10.

[1] Kumar S., et al. Impact of a diabetes mobile app with in-app coaching on glycemic control. Late-breaking peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; San Diego, CA, USA, June 2017.
[2] Osborn C.Y., et al The One Drop mobile app with in-app coaching improves blood glucose and self-care. Peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; San Diego, CA, USA, June 2017.

ABOUT ONE DROP
One Drop (Informed Data Systems Inc.) is a digital health company harnessing the power of mobile computing and data science to transform the lives of everyone with diabetes worldwide.

The One Drop platform is evidence-based and clinically effective. It brings affordable, accessible diabetes care to everyone with diabetes and a smartphone, as well as their insurers and health care providers. One Drop’s current offerings include:

One Drop | Chrome: One Drop’s FDA-approved, CE-certified Bluetooth wireless blood glucose monitoring system, which meets the highest standards of clinical accuracy and wirelessly transmits blood glucose data to the cloud via the One Drop | Mobile app for iOS and Android.

One Drop | Plus: One Drop’s newest subscription offerings, providing 50 to 100 blood glucose test strips per month for One Drop | Chrome and unlimited coaching via One Drop | Experts, starting at $13 per month.

One Drop | Premium: One Drop’s unlimited subscription, providing unlimited blood glucose test strips for One Drop | Chrome and unlimited coaching via One Drop | Experts, starting at $33 per month.

One Drop | Experts: One Drop’s 24/7, on-demand, digital diabetes education and coaching service, available as a standalone subscription, starting at $11 per month.* Each One Drop | Experts subscriber has his/her own “Expert” (Certified Diabetes Educator) available 24/7 for guidance, support, and anytime care. Experts deliver personalized digital therapeutics programs, including ADA-recognized diabetes education, to help people with diabetes define and achieve their health management goals. Subscribers can communicate with their Experts anytime via in-app chat; all data recorded in the app is available to Experts in real-time, allowing them to provide personalized behavioral guidance when subscribers need it most — no appointments necessary.

One Drop | Mobile: One Drop’s free, award-winning, cloud-based diabetes management solution delivered entirely via mobile app on iOS and Android. One Drop | Mobile provides real-time and historical blood glucose data and analytics to people with diabetes and their healthcare providers, allowing both to see relationships between specific health behaviors and health outcomes. One Drop | Mobile includes a fully-featured Apple WatchOS app for logging and analyzing diabetes data on the go. One Drop | Mobile is the only diabetes management platform that offers comprehensive self-care, peer-support, and expert support all in one place.

One Drop | Professional: One Drop’s HIPPA-compliant enterprise solution for insurers, healthcare provider networks, self-insured employers, and drug/device manufacturers seeking to dramatically improve health outcomes and lower the cost of caring for people with diabetes. One Drop | Professional delivers real-time data, real-time messaging, custom branding, custom content delivery, custom educational support, EMR/EHR integration, and the most affordable, effective, turnkey diabetes solution in market.

One Drop | Chrome is sold exclusively by One Drop (iOS,Android, and http://onedrop.today/), Amazon (http://www.amazon.com), and Apple (http://store.apple.com). One Drop’s consumer subscription services are available for purchase in-app (iOS andAndroid) and at http://onedrop.today. The One Drop | Mobile solution is available for free download worldwide (iOS andAndroid). For more information, contact just@onedrop.today.

*The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support.

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ONE DROP REPORTS DRAMATIC A1C REDUCTION AMONG PEOPLE WITH DIABETES USING ONE DROP | MOBILE APP

One Drop | Mobile & Lower A1C

Company announces study results demonstrating a 1.1% to 1.3% absolute reduction in A1C among people with diabetes (type 1 and type 2) using the One Drop | Mobile app.

New York, NY — August 25, 2017 — One Drop today announced the results of a retrospective study of people with diabetes (type 1 and type 2) using the One Drop | Mobile diabetes management app, demonstrating a 1.1% to 1.3% absolute reduction in A1C in just 4 months. The results were published yesterday, August 24, 2017, in JMIR Diabetes.

The One Drop | Mobile app for iOS and Android is available for free in the App Store or Google Play Store. With One Drop | Mobile, users can manually and passively (via Apple HealthKit, Google Fit, and the One Drop | Chrome blood glucose meter) store, track, and share data. Users can schedule medication reminders, view statistics, set goals, track A1c and weight, get data-driven insights, provide and receive encouragement from other users, and get tips and advice to assist with diabetes management.

Using retrospective app-collected data, One Drop in collaboration with U.S. and non-U.S.-based scientists, assessed the A1c change of people using One Drop | Mobile. They also assessed the relationship between tracking self-care with the app and changes in A1c.

One Drop A1C drop for T2Ds
One Drop A1C drop for T1Ds

“We used real-world data to produce timely and relevant results,” said Dr. Chandra Osborn, Vice President of Health and Behavioral Informatics at One Drop. “More often than not, relevance and the gold standard randomized controlled trial are at odds. We didn’t perform a RCT on outdated technology. We studied current technology and recent data, and found A1c improved among people using the One Drop app. We also linked that improvement to tracking self-care with the app.” Dr. Osborn added, “From study to publication in less than 3 months is unheard of. That’s impossible to do with a RCT. When it comes to technology, relevance and speed are everything.”

As of June 7, 2017, 1288 people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes had entered two A1c values in the app (from 2 to 12 months apart), had their diabetes diagnoses verified with medications entered in the app, and had an average blood glucose consistent with their self-reported A1c values. Of the 367 people with type 1 diabetes and 921 people with type 2 diabetes, 35% were female, diagnosed with diabetes for a mean 9 years, and tracked an average 1700 self-care activities in the app between their two A1c values. Self-reported A1c can be as accurate as laboratory A1c [1], and we confirmed self-reported A1c was significantly associated with 90-day average blood glucose (rho=.73 to .75, P<.001) and consistent with cohort studies testing the relationship between blood glucose and laboratory A1c. During a median of 4 months, the following outcomes were observed [2]:

  • A1c improved by -1.1% (from 8.3% to 7.2% in adjusted analyses, P<.001) across all users studied.
  • A1c improved by -1.3% (from 8.3% to 7.0%, P<.001) for users with T2D.
  • A1c improved by -0.9% (from 8.4% to 7.5%, P<.001) for users with T1D.
  • In unadjusted and adjusted analyses, using One Drop | Mobile to record food was associated with greater A1c improvement (all models, P<.05).

“Prior to this study, the scientific literature told us that diabetes mobile apps could potentially improve A1c by -0.45%,” said Jeff Dachis, CEO and Founder of One Drop. “I’m thrilled to present evidence that says otherwise. We are seeing dramatic improvements in A1c — often achieved with drugs, but rarely, if ever, seen with digital therapeutics and self-care interventions. And, in this case, we’re doing it all at scale for less than a fraction of the cost of current standards of care: free.”

At this year’s American Diabetes Association 77th Scientific Sessions, Evidation Health Inc. reported results of a non-randomized study evaluating the One Drop | Mobile app and One Drop | Experts coaching service. In only 3 months, people with T2D improved their A1c by [3]:

  • -0.90% among study completers;
  • -1.00% among active users who used the app and messaged a coach at least once; and
  • -1.32% among active users with baseline A1c ≥ 9.0%.

Leveraging data collected in-app, One Drop reported these users [4]:

  • reduced carbohydrate intake by >10 grams per meal;
  • increased activity by 25 minutes per week;
  • decreased average blood glucose by 29 mg/dL (a 1.00% A1c reduction);
  • reduced glycemic variability; and
  • increased the percentage of in-range blood glucose values.

“With growing numbers of people developing diabetes and increasing options to treat the disease, self-management has become much more complex,” said Dr. David Marrero, Director of the Center for Health Disparities Research at the University of Arizona and former President of the American Diabetes Association’s Healthcare and Education. “The One Drop | Mobile app illuminates the potential for mobile technology to assist persons with diabetes in both tracking the varied elements of their therapy and making more informed self-management decisions. Too many apps promise to improve health, but often don’t deliver. It’s great to see an app that finally does.”
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1 Kumar S, Uppal J, Osborn CY, Heyman M, Juusola J. The accuracy of self-reported A1c among individuals with type 2 diabetes. 2017 Diabetes Abstract Book, vol 67 (Suppl 1A), Late Breaking.
2 Osborn CY, van Ginkel JR, Rodbard D, Heyman M, Marrero DG, Huddleston B, Dachis J, One Drop | Mobile: An Evaluation of Hemoglobin A1c Improvement Linked to App Engagement, JMIR Diabetes 2017;2(2):e21, http://diabetes.jmir.org/2017/2/e21/, doi: 10.2196/diabetes.8039.
3 Kumar S., et al. Impact of a diabetes mobile app with in-app coaching on glycemic control. Late-breaking peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; San Diego, CA, USA, June 2017.
4 Osborn C.Y., et al The One Drop mobile app with in-app coaching improves blood glucose and self-care. Peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; San Diego, CA, USA, June 2017.

ABOUT ONE DROP
One Drop (Informed Data Systems Inc.) is a digital health company harnessing the power of mobile computing and data science to transform the lives of everyone with diabetes worldwide.

The One Drop platform is evidence-based and clinically effective. It brings affordable, accessible diabetes care to everyone with diabetes and a smartphone, as well as their insurers and health care providers. One Drop’s current offerings include:

One Drop | Chrome: One Drop’s FDA-approved, CE-certified Bluetooth wireless blood glucose monitoring system, which meets the highest standards of clinical accuracy and wirelessly transmits blood glucose data to the cloud via the One Drop | Mobile app for iOS and Android.

One Drop | Plus: One Drop’s newest subscription offerings, providing 50 to 100 blood glucose test strips per month for One Drop | Chrome and unlimited coaching via One Drop | Experts, starting at $13 per month.

One Drop | Premium: One Drop’s unlimited subscription, providing unlimited blood glucose test strips for One Drop | Chrome and unlimited coaching via One Drop | Experts, starting at $33 per month.

One Drop | Experts: One Drop’s 24/7, on-demand, digital diabetes education and coaching service, available as a standalone subscription, starting at $11 per month.* Each One Drop | Experts subscriber has his/her own “Expert” (Certified Diabetes Educator) available 24/7 for guidance, support, and anytime care. Experts deliver personalized digital therapeutics programs, including ADA-recognized diabetes education, to help people with diabetes define and achieve their health management goals. Subscribers can communicate with their Experts anytime via in-app chat; all data recorded in the app is available to Experts in real-time, allowing them to provide personalized behavioral guidance when subscribers need it most — no appointments necessary.

One Drop | Mobile: One Drop’s free, award-winning, cloud-based diabetes management solution delivered entirely via mobile app on iOS and Android. One Drop | Mobile provides real-time and historical blood glucose data and analytics to people with diabetes and their healthcare providers, allowing both to see relationships between specific health behaviors and health outcomes. One Drop | Mobile includes a fully-featured Apple WatchOS app for logging and analyzing diabetes data on the go. One Drop | Mobile is the only diabetes management platform that offers comprehensive self-care, peer-support, and expert support all in one place.

One Drop | Professional: One Drop’s HIPPA-compliant enterprise solution for insurers, healthcare provider networks, self-insured employers, and drug/device manufacturers seeking to dramatically improve health outcomes and lower the cost of caring for people with diabetes. One Drop | Professional delivers real-time data, real-time messaging, custom branding, custom content delivery, custom educational support, EMR/EHR integration, and the most affordable, effective, turnkey diabetes solution in market.

One Drop | Chrome is sold exclusively by One Drop (iOS, Android, and http://onedrop.today/), Amazon (http://www.amazon.com), and Apple (http://store.apple.com). One Drop’s consumer subscription services are available for purchase in-app (iOS and Android) and at http://onedrop.today. The One Drop | Mobile solution is available for free download worldwide (iOS and Android). For more information, contact just@onedrop.today.

*The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support.

 

One Droppers: Meet Mary Elizabeth

LIVING WITH DIABETES - MEA

At One Drop, we don’t just talk the talk — we walk the walk.

In our One Droppers series, we’ll be hearing from One Drop team members who live with diabetes every day. They’re here to share their stories and explain what working professionally with diabetes means to them. Mary Elizabeth Adams kicks things off below! She’s lived longer with diabetes than without, passing that road marker at age 15. 

When I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 7, ‘career’ was a word far beyond my limited 3rd grade vocabulary (outside the occasional Career Day). But who would have ever guessed that one day that diagnosis would lead to a job opportunity? And not just any job opportunity. Rather, one specifically geared to empower and bolster the lives of other people living with diabetes.

This dia-journey began like most.

I had all the classic symptoms (thirst, frequent urination, extreme weight loss, exhaustion), and my sweet mother took quick notice. After learning all the proper needle injection techniques, BG extremes and how to handle them, and what in the world this whole disease thing even meant, my parents and I dove head-first into the world of diabetes.

We did every walk, met with every doctor, and hunted down all the latest and greatest organizations we could find and join. The amazing people at JDRF, ADA and UAB gave us (and still do!) hope; Camp Seale Harris gave me newfound friends with diabetes. I didn’t realize it at the time, but constantly being around those people — the ever-loud, ever-hopeful community of awe-inspiring movers and shakers — was a huge influence on how I came to see, accept and live with this chronic illness. They allowed me to not only survive, but to also thrive.

Fast forward Through college, life in Spain, an exciting stint in the music industry, and voila.

Here we are now.

With a crippling healthcare situation and an upcoming election that had HCPs running for the hills, I started thinking long and hard about my own health. Where was I headed with my own diabetes status? What did all these changes in healthcare mean for me? In doing so, I opened back up that Pandora’s Box of the diabetes community. Inside the #DOC, I found what I’d been missing out on for the past ten years. This space is full of loud, unstoppable, will-not-take-no-for-an-answer go-getters; their presence, encouraging and their voice, resilient.

I am lucky enough to have found One Drop in my search. Amidst all the amazing blogs out there (shoutout to Coffee & Insulin), I stumbled across One Drop and immediately downloaded the app. I started keeping track with my BGs and food-intake, much more so than I’d done in a long while; it became my accountability partner. After logging and tracking within the app for a few months, I started to realize the company was on to something. Their voice was all about change, all about healthcare disruption. And they were PWDs themselves! And devoted to making a change. With their fervent conversations on selfcare, their emphasis on design, and their upcoming meter and unlimited strips roll out, I had to be a part of this revolution.

Now we’re talkin’.

And now, thankfully and gratefully, I am! I am part of this boisterous, fearless group of individuals in a new capacity. I am living and working with diabetes. I am fortunate enough to be surrounded by individuals who wake up and face this disease each and every day (and night, for all those sleepless ones with the nonstop beeping!); who are relentless in their fight to make a change. We’ve all been told a cure is coming. But until then, we are taking matters into our own hands. We are fighting this extraordinary fight, arm in arm, and we will not go gently.

That is why we’re here, doing what we’re doing; not for the love of the job — the job is diabetes — but for the love of this community; for the love of the people (the millions of us all over the globe) who are being taken by this disease. While we may not have a cure, we have alternatives; at One Drop, we will always continue to fight for better care. Because we are all in this (the raging fight against diabetes), together.

Introducing: Amazon Alexa Voice Integration

Alexa, tell One Drop my blood sugar is 89.

It’s live! The  One Drop Alexa Skill is finally here, and with it, the ability to log all of your diabetes data without ever lifting a finger.  We can now log and track our blood glucose, activity and food moments, and receive data summaries of those records, all via voice command!

Anything else?

You bet. People in separate locations (a mother, grandfather, caregiver, etc.) can access these same data snapshots as long as they have access to your One Drop account. Ask Alexa to log your current meal from across a room and that data point becomes immediately available to everyone with access to your One Drop data.  If you are working with a One Drop | Expert, you can start a conversation about the current meal right away!

How do I get One Drop Alexa?

Simple! As long as you have an Alexa device (Amazon Alexa or Amazon Echo) and your own One Drop app account, you’re ready to get started. Here’s what to do next:

on Desktop / Mobile Web Browser:
-Go to the One Drop Alexa landing page
-Enable Skill
-Sign In to your One Drop account *you may need to turn off pop-up blockers here
-Grant Permissions by pressing OK
-You’re in!

on Mobile (Amazon Alexa App):
-Menu > Skills
-Search One Drop
-Enable
-Sign In to your One Drop account
-Grant Permissions by pressing OK
-You’re in!

When you’re busy prepping your low-carb zucchini pasta, you don’t have to waste any time logging your pre-dinner BG; instead, tell it to Alexa! Here are a few other questions and commands to try out:

-“Alexa, tell One Drop my blood glucose is [89].”
“Alexa, tell One Drop I ate [12] carbs.”
“Alexa, tell One Drop I ate [16] carbs for lunch.”
“Alexa, tell One Drop I ran for [30] minutes.”
“Alexa, ask One Drop how many carbs have I eaten?”
“Alexa, ask One Drop what’s my daily summary?”
“Alexa, ask One Drop what’s my med schedule today?”

It’s always a good time to log diabetes data; now with your One Drop + Alexa, you can do it anytime, anywhere, without even lifting a finger.


Get One Drop | Chrome

Goodbye Professor, Hello Startup.

Chandra Osborn PhD, MPH

I tend to forge my own path. I was the first in my family to go to college. I got a masters degree, a PhD, a second masters degree, and, finally my dream job: a tenure-track position at a prestigious university.

For 8 years, I was a professor, NIH-funded scientist, and sought after advisor. I led clinical trials and published over 90 peer-reviewed papers. I taught, mentored students, residents, post-docs, and junior faculty. I held national leadership positions. I led a team of bright and talented people doing, what often felt like, impossible health tech research. And I was right on the cusp of being tenured (i.e. I’d have job security until retirement).

Then, I did something I thought I’d never do: I walked away from it all.

I left prestige. I left my research, my team, and my mentees. I also walked away from a huge college benefit for my kids (70% off tuition at my university or 100% off if at a cheaper college anywhere in the country!). Not many people walk away from a highly-coveted academic position or from tenure they’re about to touch. If they do, it’s for another university offering the same benefits, if not more. Instead, I left for a startup, where nothing is guaranteed.

Say what?

I’M NOT ALONE

Before starting my new job, I read an article in the New York Times. It was about economists leaving prestigious universities to join Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Uber and Airbnb.

So, why are people leaving academia? A few reasons:

Less bureaucracy. Academics spend more time jumping hurdles than getting their work done. Tech companies don’t have that red tape.

Big data. Academics waste time, money, and resources to collect enough data to say something interesting. Tech companies collect endless amounts of data by default and need people to leverage that data in meaningful ways.

Impact. In academia, people wait too long for their research findings to change the world. Tech companies move fast to impact the world today. #wearenotwaiting

WHY DID I BECOME A PROFESSOR?

I became a professor and scientist to help people. I wanted to discover, understand, mentor, and have a profound impact. I wanted to help people live healthier and happier lives.

For 15 years, I studied how to promote health. I built and tested health programs for people with diabetes. I wanted these programs to work and help as many people as possible.

But they helped only people in my research trials, and no one else. Why? Because it takes 17 years for research findings to have any impact in the real world, if at all. That’s just — Way. Too. Long.

DELIVERY MATTERS

Before 2008, I delivered health promotion in the most low-tech ways, with flip-charts, printed materials, and people — like community health workers, dietitians and certified diabetes educators. But in 2008, I realized the world was headed in a different direction.

As I held my first smartphone in my hands, I asked myself: “How can I use this technology to help people manage their health? And how can I do it more effectively and at greater scale?”

Health apps were just gaining traction, and developing one seemed out of reach for me and my small team. So, we built a website instead.

TECHNOLOGY MOVES FAST & ACADEMIA CAN’T KEEP UP

We built Diabetes MAP, a website to help people stick to their medication schedule, and spent years studying it. But, what you won’t find in my research articles is all the challenges we faced building Diabetes MAP. It was complicated, delayed, and frustrating.

My colleagues at other universities all agree: developing health tech in academia is slow and painful. It’s impossible to hire and retain the best and the brightest graphic designers, developers, and tech project managers. Some of the reasons for this:

They’re underpaid. Tech people can easily make six figures in the commercial world. In academia, you only make that much if you have a MD or PhD.

The environment stifles creativity. Tech people would rather work in creative environments and around like-minded people — in coffee shops or co-working spaces with others like them. Being bound to a cubicle from 9-5 doesn’t appeal to them, or anyone for that matter.

They want to use modern tools. Tech people expect to use the latest tools to get sh*t done. Tools like Slack, Trello, Basecamp, and Jira, instead of landlines, Outlook, or pagers (yes, these things still exist!).

THE RESULT?

Health tech innovations in academia are bootstrapped together, break, and have to be rebuilt over and over again. More headache, more expense, and more time… I came up with the idea of Diabetes MAP in early 2009, and it took 8 years to complete our research on it!

In those eight years, there were 15 versions of the iPhone, the launch of the iPad, the launch of the Apple Watch, and multiple versions of Android and PC. In 2009, a website seemed innovative and worth our time and resources. But, by the time we built and rebuilt it (three times!), and learned if it worked, people had moved on. What might’ve engaged people in 2009 is obsolete today. Today, Diabetes MAP would absolutely be an app, and not a website.

ENGAGEMENT IS LOW

Engagement (e.g. responding to a website or app by opening it, clicking around, and coming back) in academic-made technologies is low. We don’t make technologies people want to use. It’s not our skill set. It’s not what we’ve been trained to do.

To develop apps and websites people love, academics have to work with people who DO know how to use technology to engage people: Graphic designers. Software developers. Tech project managers. People who understand design, development, and engagement, but don’t necessarily know how to use those skills to improve health behaviors and health outcomes. We need to team up for the magic to happen.

#IMNOTWAITING

I’m hopeful the academic landscape will change… but, I just can’t wait.

Ten months ago, I left an academic dream job, a team of people and mentees I love, and a near-guarantee of tenure to join a health tech startup.

Why? Because they’re a team of people who understand design, development, and engagement and want players like me on deck to help improve health behaviors and health outcomes. We’re using the latest technologies to make managing diabetes simple, awesome, cost-effective, evidence-based… and we’re doing it right now.

LIFE AFTER ACADEMIA

Early On

The startup I work for is in NYC. I now travel to/from NYC one week per month, leaving my 2-year-old and 5-year-old at home in Nashville.

I work at a co-working space in a small room with 10 other people. I no longer have a corner office with an executive desk, 3 computer monitors, a Herman Miller chair, an administrative assistant, or an army of people doing things for me at the drop of a hat. It’s a lot different.

When I got back to Nashville after my first week in NYC, my husband wanted to hear all about it. “Well, I was the first in the office each day. Most get in at 10. The building’s water was out, so the toilets were plugged up. I went to the closest pharmacy to get a case of water and lugged it back to the team. Our tiny open space means we all get to listen to each others’ conversations, including contentious ones. And, finally, I have no idea what I’m doing beyond writing blog posts.”

The truth is, it took time for me to adjust.

Today

Ten months later, I love what I’m doing. The pace is fast. The impact is faster, anecdotally and empirically.

One Drop is the startup I work for. One Drop’s products include a mobile app (One Drop | Mobile) with in-app coaching (One Drop | Experts) and a sexy glucose meter (One Drop | Chrome). One Drop is supporting the health and wellness of people with diabetes around the world. I was recently analyzing over 1 million pieces of raw data generated in one week’s time, and hyper aware of the awesomeness of how that data landed in my lap, instantly.

Just today, another user reached out to say he lowered his hemoglobin A1c from 14% (19.7 mmol/mol) to 6% (7 mmol/mol) in just four months. This is profound impact, but not unique. Favorable anecdotal feedback pours in, all. day. long. Such a gift!

Another gift is doing science – just faster. We’ve generated 8 peer-reviewed scientific abstracts (4 in press), have multiple manuscripts under review, and much more on the way. At the recent Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting we reported people using the One Drop | Mobile app with and without One Drop | Experts have dramatic blood glucose improvements.

The American Diabetes Association’s 77th Scientific Sessions start this week. We’ll be presenting exciting outcomes of an internal and external evaluation of the One Drop | Mobile app + One Drop | Experts program. The embargo lifts on June 10th, so stay tuned.

A REMINDER…

Two months after I left academia, a big box arrived at my doorstep. It was a gift from my former university. A wooden chair embossed with the university’s seal and a gold plate engraved with: “Wishing you the best from your colleagues.” It’s a chair given only after 25 years of service. I’m grateful for the thoughtful gesture. But, the chair is hard, uncomfortable, and reminds me of Diabetes MAP: another thing no one will ever use.

Vanderbilt Chair

One Drop Launches New ‘Plus’ Subscriptions, Releases One Drop | Experts Worldwide, Expands Shipments to United Kingdom & European Union

One Drop | Plus

One Drop’s digital diabetes management platform now reaches over 200,000 users worldwide, expanding the company’s robust data science and machine learning efforts to include over 300,000,000 real-world health data points for diabetes

May 22, 2017 — New York — One Drop today announced the launch of One Drop | Plus, expanding its subscription offerings to better meet the individual needs of people with pre-, type 1 and type 2 diabetes. One Drop’s Plus and Premium digital diabetes management solutions are now available throughout the United States, United Kingdom, and European Union, bringing accessible and affordable diabetes care to consumers across the United States and Europe. Additionally, One Drop | Experts, the first and only digital diabetes education* and coaching program recognized by the American Diabetes Association, is now available worldwide as a standalone subscription.

One Drop | Plus and One Drop | Experts subscribers get the benefit of several new affordable choices that all include unlimited 24/7 live in-app support from dedicated Certified Diabetes Educators and the same industry-leading customer experience as One Drop | Premium, the company’s evidence-based diabetes management solution delivering both unlimited blood glucose test strips and unlimited 24/7 live in-app support from dedicated Certified Diabetes Educators for less than the cost of a co-pay.


One Drop’s subscription offerings now include:

One Drop | Plus 50 (starting at $13 per month — available in US, UK, EU)

50 blood glucose test strips for the One Drop | Chrome Bluetooth™ blood glucose monitor delivered direct to your door each month PLUS unlimited one-on-one coaching with a dedicated Certified Diabetes Educator via One Drop | Experts

Available exclusively at One Drop (iOS, Android, http://onedrop.today/) in-app and online, with shipping beginning immediately (US, UK, and EU)

One Drop | Plus 100 (starting at $23 per month — available in US, UK, EU)

100 blood glucose test strips for the One Drop | Chrome Bluetooth™ blood glucose monitor delivered direct to your door each month PLUS unlimited one-on-one coaching with a dedicated Certified Diabetes Educator via One Drop | Experts

Available exclusively at One Drop (iOS, Android, http://onedrop.today/) in-app and online, with shipping beginning immediately (US, UK, and EU)

One Drop | Premium (starting at $33 per month — available in US, UK, EU)

Unlimited blood glucose test strips for the One Drop | Chrome Bluetooth™ blood glucose monitor delivered direct to your door each month PLUS unlimited one-on-one coaching with a dedicated Certified Diabetes Educator via One Drop | Experts

Available exclusively at One Drop (iOS, Android, http://onedrop.today/) in-app and online with shipping beginning immediately (US, UK, and EU)

One Drop | Experts (starting at $11 per month — available worldwide)

Unlimited 24/7 access to a dedicated diabetes “Expert” (Certified Diabetes Educator) for guidance, support, and anytime care, including ADA-recognized diabetes education. Subscribers can communicate with their Experts anytime via in-app chat; all data recorded in the One Drop | Mobile app is available to Experts in real time, allowing them to provide relevant behavioral guidance in the moments when subscribers need it most — no appointments necessary.

Available worldwide starting today at One Drop (iOS, Android, http://onedrop.today/)


 

In addition to making ADA-recognized diabetes self-management education available worldwide through One Drop | Experts, One Drop will soon offer more targeted education programs, addressing issues such as advanced carbohydrate counting, gestational diabetes, parenting children with diabetes, and diabetes burnout. With industry-leading diabetes self-management education subscription options, One Drop is increasing affordability and accessibility of essential diabetes support and education, putting a Certified Diabetes Educator into the hands of everyone with diabetes and a smartphone.

All One Drop solutions are available direct to consumers — no insurance, no prescriptions, no appointments, and no hassles.

“At One Drop, we are bringing evidence-based diabetes care into the 21st century with seamlessly integrated devices, a fully featured diabetes management app, data-driven insights, and ongoing one-on-one support from dedicated diabetes experts — all right on your mobile phone,” said Jeff Dachis, CEO and Founder. “No one wants more ‘business as usual’ with yet another clunky device in a vinyl zippered case, expensive supplies, or impersonal, reactive, remote diabetes monitoring from a call center. People deserve much better.”

One Drop’s award-winning mobile app, One Drop | Mobile, has been available for free on the App Store since April 2015 and on Google Play since September 2016. The app is available in four languages — English, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic — and is used by people with diabetes in every sovereign country worldwide. It has quickly become the most powerful, elegant, comprehensive, and fully integrated diabetes management solution, serving as a natural hub for all diabetes-related health data. Full integration with Apple HealthKit and Google Fit allows One Drop | Mobile users to sync blood glucose, fitness, nutrition, and other health data from thousands of apps and devices, including:

– Dexcom, One Touch, Accu-Chek, Agamatrix, iHealth, Dario

– Apple Watch, Garmin, Fitbit, Nike+, UP by Jawbone, Misfit, Pebble, Withings

– My Fitness Pal, Lose it!, Lark, Weight Watchers, Human, Strava, Runtastic, Runkeeper

In just over two years, One Drop | Mobile users have gained the benefit of over 300,000,000 health data points that power One Drop’s machine learning algorithms and data science efforts. Cumulatively, One Drop users have engaged with the service over 4,600,000 times and spent more than 7,600,000 minutes on the platform tracking/analyzing their health data, sharing with the One Drop community, and actively engaging in their diabetes management. One Drop analyzes this data to deliver real-time insights that drive behavior change, cost savings, and better health outcomes.

“Diabetes affects nearly 500 million people worldwide and costs over $825 billion per year due to direct costs, healthcare services, loss of productivity, and disability. People with diabetes deserve better; better access, better resources and better outcomes at a better cost,” said Dachis. “Diabetes is more than a physical condition requiring a drug or device. There is a psychological component that must be addressed through knowledge, mindfulness, motivation, and empowerment. The solutions that will earn consumers’, payers’, and health providers’ trust will be the ones that integrate the fragments of diabetes care — drugs, devices, education delivery, and data — into a cohesive, well designed experience that drives down costs and improves health outcomes at scale.”

One Drop has reported findings from a retrospective study demonstrating that, in as little as two months, people with diabetes using One Drop | Mobile:

– Reduced A1c by 1.0 percentage point (from 8.2% to 7.2%).[1]

One Drop also reported initial findings from a retrospective clinical study demonstrating that after only four weeks, people with diabetes using both One Drop | Mobile and One Drop | Experts:

– Reduced average blood glucose from 185 mg/dL (A1c 8.1%) to 158 mg/dL (A1c 7.1%);

– Reduced average percentage of high blood glucose readings from 19% to 4%;

– Nearly doubled the number of in-range blood glucose readings; and

– Consistently tracked food and blood glucose over time.[2]

The company will release findings from several similar studies next month demonstrating that the One Drop platform can be as or more effective at improving blood glucose levels than drug or device therapies, while achieving those results faster and at a much lower cost.

ABOUT ONE DROP

One Drop (Informed Data Systems Inc.) is a digital health company harnessing the power of mobile computing and data science to transform the lives of everyone with diabetes.

The One Drop platform brings evidence-based, clinically effective, affordable, accessible diabetes care to everyone with diabetes and a smartphone, as well as their insurers and healthcare providers. One Drop’s current offerings include:

One Drop | Chrome: One Drop’s FDA-approved, CE-certified Bluetooth™-enabled blood glucose monitor, which meets the highest standards of clinical accuracy and wirelessly transmits blood glucose data to the cloud via the One Drop | Mobile app for iOS and Android.

One Drop | Plus: One Drop’s newest set of subscription offerings, providing 50 to 100 blood glucose test strips per month for One Drop | Chrome PLUS unlimited coaching via One Drop | Experts starting at $13 per month.

One Drop | Premium: One Drop’s unlimited subscription offering, providing unlimited blood glucose test strips for One Drop | Chrome and unlimited coaching via One Drop | Experts starting at $33 per month.

One Drop | Experts: One Drop moves diabetes education out of the clinic and into the lives of people with diabetes. Each One Drop | Experts subscriber has his/her own “Expert” (Certified Diabetes Educator) available 24/7 for guidance, support, and anytime care. Experts deliver personalized digital therapeutics programs, including ADA-recognized diabetes education, to help people with diabetes define and achieve their health management goals. Subscribers can communicate with their Experts anytime via in-app chat; all data recorded in the app is available to Experts in real-time, allowing them to provide relevant behavioral guidance in the moments when subscribers need it most — no appointments necessary. One Drop | Experts is available as a standalone subscription starting at $11 per month.

One Drop | Mobile: One Drop’s free, award-winning, cloud-based diabetes management solution delivered entirely via mobile app on iOS and Android. One Drop | Mobile provides real-time and historical blood glucose data and analytics to subscribers and their healthcare providers, allowing both to see relationships between specific health behaviors and health outcomes. One Drop | Mobile also includes a fully featured Apple WatchOS app for logging and analyzing diabetes data on-the-go. One Drop | Mobile is the only diabetes management platform that offers comprehensive self-care, peer-support, and expert support all in one place.

One Drop | Professional: One Drop’s HIPPA-compliant enterprise solution for insurers, healthcare provider networks, self-insured employers, and drug/device manufacturers seeking to dramatically improve outcomes for their patients, lower the cost of caring for people with diabetes, and drive toward outcomes-based solutions. One Drop | Professional delivers: real time data and messaging; custom branding, content delivery, and educational support; and the most affordable, effective, turnkey solution in market.

One Drop | Chrome is sold exclusively by One Drop (iOS, Android, and http://onedrop.today/), Amazon (http://www.amazon.com), and Apple (http://store.apple.com). One Drop’s consumer subscription services are available for purchase in-app (iOS and Android) and at http://onedrop.today. The One Drop | Mobile solution is available for free download worldwide (iOS and Android). For more information, contact just@onedrop.today.

*The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support.

PRESS CONTACT

Rachel Sánchez-Madhur
917-342-2892
rachel@onedrop.today

[1] Osborn, C. Y., et al. (2017, March). One Drop App Users Report Improved Glycemic Control. Poster session presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine 38th Scientific Sessions, San Diego, CA.

[2] Osborn, C. Y., et al. (2017, March). The One Drop | Mobile App and Experts Program is Evidence-based and Improves Blood Glucose. Poster session presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine 38th Scientific Sessions, San Diego, CA.