The technological [r]evolution in the healthcare industry has to this point has channeled its brilliance on healthy people. Hardware and software tools like the Apple watch or FitBit are very useful if you are healthy and trying to stay fit but there is a void in the market for those of us trying to manage a chronic condition.
An unusual break for those of us suffering from diabetes has come on to the market this year.
“One Drop” is a new tool that bridges the gap between chronic illness and technology. With a monthly subscription, it provides diabetic patients with access to all the tools to manage their condition. The
The tiny equipment is paired with an app that tracks activity, nutrition and the other factors that go into managing diabetes.