Patient and Public Health
- Early diagnosis and detection of diabetes and complications allowing for pre-crisis management.
- More frequent patient interaction at a community level.
- Face to face
- Social media
- Group support
- Implement sustainable screening, education, and intervention processes to address patient needs before end-stage complications of diabetes present themselves.
- Reduce health cost by increasing prevention engagement and lowering the incidence of high cost complications such as amputations, blindness, and kidney disease.
- Increase global access to integrated solutions using innovative products and technologies.
- Expand targeted education on diabetes care and prevention with patients and communities.
- Promote wellness in communities for a healthier, happier, and more productive society.
- Reduce healthcare costs through patient concordance with individualized care plans and community engagement.
Hospitals & Clinics
- Greater efficiency and referrals.
- No increase on workloads of existing employees and infrastructure.
- Better allocation of lower cost resources to pre-crisis management.
- Reduction of Emergency Room visits.
- Reduction of hospital visits due to complications from Diabetes.
- Increase utilization of lower cost community healthcare providers.
- Increase allocation of resources to pre-crisis management.
- Increase population health through greater awareness of diabetes and importance of self-care.
- Improve economy through reduced absenteeism, reduced presentism, and reduced loss of income and independence.
- Promote job creation through community wellness programs.
- Reduce healthcare costs for late stage complications.