Intellin takes the holistic approach to the individual with diabetes, it merges the individual's data with the latest research and recommendations to provide meaningful information. This information is used to support the individual to develop their own holistic personalised care plan. This app is not just about data entering and storage of information, it assists with the interpretation. I personally have already encouraged friends and family members to start using this app to support them in their diabetes journey.
— Dr Natasha H Patel
Consultant Diabetologist at Guy’s & St Thomas’ in London
Feet are incredible, they are our foundation and yet they are so often neglected. They often mirror our general health so it’s vital that you can recognise problems early and not ignore them. These simple tips and advice will help you to implement a regular foot care regime so you can take positive actions towards your foot health.
— Dr Judith Anders
Helping to achieve, give encouragement and reason for safe exercise goals and ultimately lifestyle change for best management of diabetes.
— Jacqui Moran
BSc (Hons) PG Dip RD Sports Nutritionist SP
The dietary tips and advice provided are based on the latest evidence base for the prevention and management of Diabetes and are designed to help you to make simple and effective changes to improve your health.
— Anne Myers-Wright
Intellin® is a new type of platform that helps you live with diabetes. For the first time, you can have a personalised assistant that helps you make good decisions, every day, about how best to decrease the risk of complications from your diabetes.
Intellin® is an advance on the current range of diabetes ‘apps’. It goes into far more of the clinical history of your patient and generates a ‘risk profile’ indicating when disease progression is most likely to occur – be it risk of foot ulcer, kidney damage or other consequences of diabetes.
Payors and Insurers
Intellin® has the potential to take costs out of the system by empowering people with diabetes to take control of their diabetes and better self-manage.
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