Diabetes

Introducing: Apple CareKit Integration

One Drop Features
Apple CareKit has officially launched, and we just released One Drop v2.2 -- our first implementation of the CareKit framework. We are honored to be among the 6 apps selected as Apple's CareKit partners, and we are so excited to share our new features with you!

What is CareKit?

CareKit is a new software framework designed by Apple to help developers empower people to take active roles in their health care. One Drop's new CareKit-enabled features will help you become even more proactive about your health. Now you can:
  • set diabetes management goals for blood glucose, carbs per meal, and daily activity
  • track your daily progress by swiping left on your timeline
  • share your data with your care team -- family, friends, health care providers -- instantly
  • track stress, energy, happiness, and confidence with every moment
 

One Drop + CareKit = CareKit Heart

Apple CareKit - Set Goals

Care Team

Apple CareKit - Symptoms  

This is just the beginning...

We are at the leading edge of a major transformation in healthcare: data-driven self care. This is not just about diabetes; this is about all of us. This is about empowering everyone to take their health into their own hands. We are not waiting.

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Rachel Sanchez-Madhur
Apr 28, 2016

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