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Review of iPhone Apps for Diabetes Self-Management

Review of iPhone Apps for Diabetes Self-Management

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  • 1. Review of iPhone Applications for Diabetes Self-Management
    Taridzo CHOMUTARE a, b, d, Luis Fernandez-Luque b,c, Eirik ÅRSAND a,b , Gunnar HARTVIGSEN a,b
    a Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine, University Hospital of North Norway
    b Department of Computer Science, University of Tromsø, Norway
    c Northern Research Institute, Tromsø, Norway
    d Presenter
    Medicine 2.0 Conference
    Oral Presentation
    18 September 2011
  • 2. Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Introduction
    «diabetes» OR «glucose» search on
    iTunes Norwegian Market
  • 3. Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Introduction
    • Goals of the study
    • 4. To study the salient features of current diabetes iPhone applications
    • 5. develop a feature list
    • 6. analyze the prevalence of features
    • 7. identify gaps to focus future development
  • Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Method
    • Search strategy
    • 8. iTunes Store – Norwegian market
    • 9. “diabetes” OR “glucose”
  • Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Method
    • Selection criteria
    • 10. Apps with blood glucose monitoring (SMBG)
    • 11. Apps for the patient (and not physician)
    • 12. English-language user-interface
  • Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Method
    • Analyzing the features
    self-monitoring
  • Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Method
    • Features cont.…
    social media integration
    education and feedback
    data export and communication
    PHR or patient portals
    disease-related alerts/reminders
  • 18. Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Results
    Feature Prevalence (%)
    19/49 Apps Free
    Mean Price = €2.00
    Modal Price = €1.40
  • 19. Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Conclusion
    Conclusion
    • Many apps available with rich features
    • 20. There are obvious functional gaps
    • 21. Personalized education
    • 22. Future focus on embracing emerging requirements
    • 23. Social media/peer support e.g., www.PatientsLikeMe.com , www.tudiabetes.org
    • 24. Wireless sensors and patient data acquisition
    • 25. Privacy-conscious designs
  • Taridzo Chomutare
    taridzo.chomutare@telemed.no
    +47 47 68 00 32
    Thank You
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    http://www.jmir.org/2011/3/e65/