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  • COL-1041 Rev. B Introducing the Asante Snap COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B The hands, hearts, and minds behind snap • Our vision is to give people better lives by improving and simplifying the management of their diabetes. COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B The hands, hearts, and minds behind snap Personal Interest •Over 75% of the leadership team at Asante either has diabetes themselves or has a close family member with diabetes Experience Our team has experience in diabetes, insulin pumps, and other medical device start-ups Differentiated We are nimble enough to be able to respond to the needs of people with diabetes and their healthcare professionals faster than anyone else COL-1130 Rev A View slide
  • COL-1041 Rev. B *Based on published instructions for use and user materials for leading insulin pumps setup is a snap • Prefilled Cartridges completely eliminate reservoir filling, saving time and reducing errors • Easy autopriming automatically fills the tube with insulin, saving additional time COL-1130 Rev A View slide
  • COL-1041 Rev. B intuitive design makes learning the pump a snap • Designed with input from 100s of patients and educators • After one training session, first time users were able to complete critical tasks 99% of the time* • 96% of first time users reported Snap was easier to learn than leading competitor** *n=15. Data on file **2/2013 head to head human factors study with 28 patients on multiple daily injections COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B Prefilled Insulin Cartridges are a snap • Only Snap uses glass cartridges that reduce bubble management and are scientifically proven to keep insulin at high quality • Take seconds to drop into the pump body • The largest reservoir available with 300 units of insulin after tubing is filled
  • COL-1041 Rev. B unique features make pumping a snap •Battery never has to be changed or charged •25% lighter than leading pump* •Drop detector will alert you if there may be damage to the pump *Compares vs. market leader with full 300-unit reservoir
  • COL-1041 Rev. B modular design makes recovery a snap • Two primary parts: Controller and Pump Body • On the rare occasion that something goes wrong with the pump, you can simply replace the pump body or controller, which stores settings • Less disruption to you and your clinician Controller Pump Body Prefilled Insulin Cartridge Infusion Set COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B which pump is easier to use for each key task? Snap was preferred on ALL tasks that were evaluated Study conducted by an independent 3rd party among MDI patients. P<.05. N=28 COL-1130 Rev ACOL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B Snap is the preferred pump which pump is preferred? Study conducted by an independent 3rd party among MDI patients. P<.05. N=28 COL-1130 Rev ACOL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B affordability is a Snap *Will vary based on plan reimbursement and distributor pricing $6,000 $600 Estimated Allowable of conventional pump Leading Competitor Snap $1,200 $120 Estimated 20% Co-pay Upfront cost of starting a conventional pump is ~10x more than starting Snap COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B trying the pump is a snap • You can try Snap free for 4 weeks! • Significantly lower upfront cost • 100% of people preferred Snap over the leading pump* • Call 877-244-8412 (trial hotline) or go to Snappump.com *2/2013 head to head human factors study with 28 patients on multiple daily injections COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B upgrades are a snap • You always have the latest technology • You can trade your Snap pump in for the latest version anytime for just $99* *Program details subject to change COL-1130 Rev A
  • COL-1041 Rev. B getting help is a snap • Supporting you is our #1 priority • Team of specialists at Asante headquarters in Sunnyvale, California • Call us toll-free at 855-4-Asante (855-427-2683) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week COL-1130 Rev A
  • Snap specs COL-1130 Rev A
  • Pump Comparison COL-1130 Rev A