The Times of Israel

Israel’s GlucoMe gets India contract for diabetes kits…

Israeli startup GlucoMe, which has developed a wireless blood glucose monitoring kit to help diabetes patients keep tabs on sugar levels, said Thursday that a network of diabetes clinics in India has started integrating the firm’s device into its new national diabetes home care program.

Apollo Sugar's nationwide chain of clinics will provide its 200,000 patients with the startup's 'Diabetes Home-Care Kit'.


Health Tech is Making a Real Difference to Diabetes Patients…

Diabetes is a condition with which health tech can make a massive difference, because the illness involved regular, daily monitoring and appropriate action by patients themselves. This can be a relentless chore for sufferers, but technology can make the burden much lighter.


How IoT is empowering the elderly to become healthier and more productive…

The elderly often struggle with using tech at home, but new advances in IoT for healthcare have huge benefits to this population. Here's how a digital diabetes platform addresses the issue.