Companies are looking for all kinds of ways to make their mark in the world of diabetes. Newer offerings include digital health, software, coaching and more.
For companies still in their early stages, there are still plenty of ways to break into the space. At The 16th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD), there were a number of startups featured in the “Tech Fair,” demonstrating what they have to offer. In total, 14 promising start-ups received ATTD Start-Up Grants.
Several of those companies, plus a few more, feature on our list of diabetes startups to keep an eye on:
Stanford, California-based DiabetesWise provides a free, unbranded, data-driven online resource. It provides comprehensive tools to explore diabetes devices with regulatory approval. The Helmsley Charitable Trust funds the company with no financial support from device manufacturers.
In April 2022, the company launched its DiabetesWise Pro website to help providers make informed decisions on diabetes devices. The easy-to-use and free tool offers access in the clinical practice or at the point of care. Providers can identify the best available diabetes device on the market for their patients. It also provides the necessary steps for ordering the device based on insurance type.
Earlier this year, DiabetesWise launched its advanced Prescription Tool for the DiabetesWise Pro website. This tool provides an up-to-date guide for ordering devices. It offers an integrated platform that allows for both prescription and ordering support all in one place.
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