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SAN DIEGO The developer of a wireless mobile application designed to help manage diabetes announced that its program, which is downloaded every 29 seconds worldwide, is teaming up with a mobile phone manufacturer.
Entra Health Systems said its MyGlucoHealth app is teaming up with Nokia to market the wireless diabetes management technology. The app works with a real-time online data collection network to securely upload and manage blood glucose readings using a mobile phone, Entra Health Systems said. The app directly communicates with the MyGlucoHealth wireless blood glucose meter to upload readings using integrated Bluetooth technology.
"We believe better diabetes care begins by building an informed, connected care team around every patient and closely integrating a patient's testing data with their day-to-day management," said John Hendel, chairman and founder of Entra Health Systems. "Our goal is to offer technology that fits the lives and lifestyles of patients from all levels of society. With [more than] 5 billion mobile phones on this earth, we have a natural tool to connect patients with personalized online resources for diabetes management. Whether they have smart phones or simple-feature phones, they can benefit from a connected care solution to help better manage their disease."
The MyGlucoHealth mobile app is available for free through Ovi Store at Store.ovi.com for Nokia smart phones and feature phones. The MyGlucoHealth wireless meter and strips are available from MyGlucoHealthStore.com and other major outlets worldwide.