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What if we could give people with diabetes a choice of carefully selected digital tools to help them better self-manage their condition and put them more in control of their own care?

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Intro


What if we could give people with diabetes a choice of carefully selected digital tools to help them better self-manage their condition and put them more in control of their own care?

Diabetes Digital Coach is an NHS / IoT (Internet of Things) test bed project, a unique collaboration between 11 partners. It is led by the West of England Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and funded by the Department of Health through Innovate  UK.

The findings will have a significant impact on the future of digital health and citizen-centric healthcare.

We are enrolling people in the West of England with type one and type two diabetes, providing them the opportunity to better self-manage their condition using a specially selected suite of integrated digital tools.

Diabetes is a life-threatening condition, and a priority area for the NHS to improve care and reduce costs. When diabetes is properly self-managed by people with the condition, it can be controlled to improve health outcomes and lower costs.

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Quote - Lars Sundstrom


“I am really delighted that we have been chosen as an Internet of Things test bed site to pioneer the next generation of connected self-management tools for people to better manage long-term conditions. This is a great example of how the NHS and the Department for Health with Innovate UK are leading the way in co-developing the future with patients and leading technology providers for the benefit of all.”
 
Lars Sundstrom, Director of Enterprise, West of England Academic Health Science Network

Quote - Lars Sundstrom


“I am really delighted that we have been chosen as an Internet of Things test bed site to pioneer the next generation of connected self-management tools for people to better manage long-term conditions. This is a great example of how the NHS and the Department for Health with Innovate UK are leading the way in co-developing the future with patients and leading technology providers for the benefit of all.”
 
Lars Sundstrom, Director of Enterprise, West of England Academic Health Science Network