Review of Diabetes Prevention Apps

March 23, 12:00pm, EDT - 1:30pm, EDT

Live, interactive, online session via Webex


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Karim Keshavjee
CEO, InfoClin; Medical Director, Aerus Technologies; Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto, Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Victoria

mHealth apps are not being used. Over 45,000 mhealth apps are languishing in mobile app stores. We evaluated over 200 diabetes mobile apps found in the Apple and Google app stores against a Reference Architecture for high quality mobile apps. Surprisingly, we identified a niche where apps do work well and are popular with patients in this space. However, the vast majority of patients with diabetes are not served by these niche apps.

Come learn what a diabetes app should have and why. We will also discuss how to build an app for diabetes that will have a higher likelihood of working.


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