One Drop | Evidence

Evidence

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Peer-Reviewed Outcomes

Timeframe: 3 months

People with diabetes using One Drop’s paid subscription services improved average blood glucose by -53.1 mg/dL (eA1c -1.90%) among T2Ds and -22.2 mg/dL (eA1c -.80%) among T1Ds.

Osborn, C. Y., et al. (2018, April). People with Type 2 Diabetes Paying for a One Drop | Expert Coach improve and Maintain ‘at Goal’ Blood Glucose. Poster session presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine 39th Scientific Sessions, San Diego, CA.

Timeframe: 3 months

People with T1 & T2D w/Premium or Plus & One Drop on Apple Watch improved: avg. blood glucose by -48 mg/dL (or eA1c -1.6%); percentage of high blood glucose readings (-26%); and percentage of in-range blood glucose readings (+25%).

Osborn CY, Sears LE, Heyman M, Huddleston B, Funnell M, Dachis J. Blood glucose improves among people ‘at risk’ using One Drop | Premium or Plus on iPhone and Apple Watch 10th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes. 2018; Vienna, Austria.

Timeframe: 4.1 months

People with diabetes (N=256) tracking A1c test results in the app reported a -1.36% A1c.

Tracking food was associated with improved A1c with and without adjusting for demographics, and tracking medications, activity, and blood glucose in the app.

Osborn CY, van Ginkel JR, Marrero DG, Rodbard D, Huddleston B, Dachis J. One Drop | Mobile on iPhone and Apple Watch: An evaluation of A1c improvement associated with tracking self-care. JMIR mHealth and uHealth. 2017. Link.

Timeframe: 3 months

People with T2D using One Drop | Experts coaching (N = 146, A1c ≥ 7.5%) had: a .90% lab A1c improvement (study completes), 1.00% lab A1c improvement (active users), 1.32% lab A1c improvement (active users with an initial A1c ≥ 9.0%).

Kumar S, Moseson H, Uppal J, Osborn CY, Heyman M, Juusola J. Impact of a diabetes mobile app with in-app coaching on glycemic control (63LB). American Diabetes Association’s 77th Scientific Sessions. 2017; San Diego, CA. Link.

Timeframe: 3 months

People with T2D using One Drop | Experts coaching (N = 144, A1c ≥ 7.5%) improved: avg. blood glucose (-35 mg/dL or eA1c -1.2%), percentage of high blood glucose readings (-10%), percentage of in-range readings (+9%), minutes of activity per week (>35 minutes), and carbohydrate intake (-20 grams per meal).

Osborn CY. The One Drop diabetes iOS and WatchOS app with in-app coaching from Certified Diabetes Educators improves blood glucose, carbohydrate intake, and physical activity. Stanford MedX. 2017; Palo Alto, CA. Link.

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Timeframe: 4.8 months

People with T1D & T2D (N=133) tracking A1c test results for a mean 4.8 months reported a -0.7% A1c improvement.

People with T2D (n = 921) reported a -1.27% A1c improvement.

Dachis J, Osborn CY, Rodbard D, Huddleston B. One Drop app users report improved glycemic control. Ann Behav Med (Annual Meeting). 2017;51(Suppl 1):S1–S2867. Link.

 

Timeframe: 1 month

People with T2D using One Drop | Experts coaching (N = 146, A1c ≥ 7.5%) improved: avg. blood glucose (-27 mg/dL or eA1c -1.00%), percentage of high blood glucose readings (-14.8%), and percentage of in-range readings (+5.2%).

Osborn CY, Heyman M, Dachis J. The One Drop Mobile app and Experts program is evidence-based and improves blood glucose. Ann Behav Med (Annual Meeting). 2017;51(Suppl 1):S1-S2867. Link.

Timeframe: 4 months

People with T1D & T2D (N=1,288) tracking A1c test results in the app for a median 4 months reported a -1.07% A1c improvement.

People with T2D (n = 921) reported a -1.27% A1c improvement.

Tracking food was associated with improved A1c with and without adjusting for demographics, and tracking medications, activity, and blood glucose in the app.

Osborn CY, van Ginkel JR, Rodbard D, et al. One Drop | Mobile: An evaluation of hemoglobin A1c improvement linked to app engagement. JMIR Diabetes. 2017;2(2):e21. Link.

Timeframe: 6 months

People with T2D (N = 1,121) using the One Drop app for up to 6 months improved A1c by -1.34%.

Using the app to track self-care and remember medications was associated with improved A1c.

Osborn CY, Rodbard D, Huddleston B, Heyman M, Dachis J. Using the One Drop mobile app to track self-care and remember medications is associated with improved glycemia. International Diabetes Federation Congress. 2017; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Link.

 

Timeframe: 3 months

People with T2D using One Drop | Experts coaching (N = 146, A1c ≥ 7.5%) improved: avg. blood glucose (-29 mg/dL or eA1c -1.01%), minutes of activity per week (>25 minutes), and carbohydrate intake (>13 grams per meal).

Osborn CY, Heyman M, Huddleston B, Van Ginkel JR, Rodbard D, Dachis J. The One Drop mobile app with in-app coaching improves blood glucose and self- care. Diabetes (Abstract Book). June 2017;66 (pp228). Link.

 

Timeframe: 2-12 months

Doubling the amount of blood glucose tracking in the app is associated with a 78% percentage decrease in out-of-range blood glucose readings.

Quisel T, Foschini L, Kerr D. Self-care tracking and blood glucose stability among One Drop mobile app users. Ann Behav Med (Annual Meeting). 2017;51(Suppl 1):S1-S2867. Link.

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