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Meet the Insulia® app for people with type 2 diabetes
Insulia®, available via mobile app or web portal, is a prescription-only medical device that recommends basal insulin doses for adults with Type 2 diabetes based on the treatment plan created by the healthcare provider.
Quick data collection
From the home screen, you can quickly and easily enter BG checks, hypoglycemia, and insulin doses.
Insulia® takes into account your profile, BG checks and any hypoglycemia to recommend tailored doses in real-time.
Meet the Insulia® web portal for healthcare professionals
A web portal allows HCPs to prescribe the app, create patient profiles and track progress remotely, all from their desktop computer. Once patients are set up, recommended doses are provided in real-time without the need for HCP approval.
Patient population view
Track your entire patient population in one glance and filter them to quickly identify those who need attention.
Within minutes, create a new patient treatment plan based on standards of care.
The patient immediately receives an activation email with login credentials and set-up information.
Real-time patient status
See how well each patient is doing in real time and adjust the treatment plan remotely if needed.
Here’s how Insulia® works
You have Type 2 diabetes. Your doctor prescribes basal insulin and Insulia® using the web portal.
Your doctor creates a treatment plan for you and sets objectives and rules that are specific to your needs.
You receive an automated email with login credentials to access Insulia®.
You enter your blood glucose values and any hypoglycemia you may have experienced.
Insulia® provides you with real-time insulin dose recommendations by taking into account your data and the treatment plan your doctor set up.
You receive educational coaching messages to help you stay on top of your treatment.
Your doctor can remotely monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan if needed.
You get the right insulin dose, every day, so you can get back to life.