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Plug into the Catex Diabetes Hub for
- Free Online Health Record
- Integrated Smart Devices
- Vitals Tracking
- Symptom Monitoring
- Daily Calls by Nurses
- Nurse Guidance and Support for Family
- Video Consultation with Treating Doctor
The treating doctor does a thorough evaluation that takes place at the hospital or at the doctor’s clinic. This includes:
There is a daily monitoring and automatic updating in your health record of the following parameters by special wireless glucometers, weighing machines and blood pressure monitors connected directly to your electronic medical record which is available on our software platform:
There is daily monitoring and automatic updating in your health record of the following parameters by special wireless glucometers, weighing machines and blood pressure monitors connected directly to your electronic medical record which is available on our software platform:
An alarm will be triggered in case any significant change is found in the symptoms or the blood sugar, blood pressure readings.
In case an alarm is triggered, you can follow the doctors’ orders available in their medical record.
Note: In case you need help in identifying the right doctor, Catex Health
executives will be happy to help you find the right one.
Diabetes is one of the most common life style diseases affecting a significant number of people. It is a complex disease
that is identified by consistently high blood sugar levels, which in turn affect all parts and organs of the body.
Diabetes in which the body is unable to produce a hormone called insulin in the body, which is necessary for utilisation of sugar by the body’s cells.
Diabetes in which there is partial deficiency of insulin and also insulin resistance, i.e., the body does not respond effectively to the effects of insulin.
Type 2 diabetes is the most common type, and more than 95% of all diabetics are type 2 patients.
Diabetes can also develop in women during pregnancy, which it is called gestational diabetes.
A comprehensive literature review was conducted on Medline and Cochrane Library and 17 studies were identified which dealt with home monitoring of Diabetes. The studies revealed that..
A study published in Diabetes Care – the Journal of American Diabetes Association cited an year long clinical trial on Tele-Health and Diabetes Self-management in which it was clearly demonstrated:
The Veterans Administration (VA) introduced a national home telehealth program known as Care Coordination/Home Telehealth (CCHT) between 2003 and 2007. Among the…
The Diabetes Education and Telecare Demonstration Project (IdeaTel) showed that people with diabetes who received intensive nurse case management via remote patient monitoring …
The Health Buddy Program, a telehealth care-coordination program for Medicare beneficiaries showed significant savings among patients with a 7.7-13.3% cost reduction per …
The UK Department of Health Whole System Demonstrator Program was launched in May 2008 and was the largest randomized control trial for telehealth involving 6,191 patients and 238 physicians…
The HouseCalls Diabetes Telehealth Program included weekly telephone education and counseling based on the patients prescribed treatment plan with no face-to-face contact…
The UK Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) found that a 1% reduction in HbA1c is associated with a 5% reduction in macro-vascular endpoints, 18% reduction in heart attacks, and 17%..
In a study that looked at the impact of medication adherence on hospitalization and healthcare cost, it found that better medication adherence results in a net savings of $1,074 per patient..
In a study by ActiveCare that deployed mHealth glucose monitors combined with a call center-based diabetes management program, they found that non-compliant diabetes patients had $3,384…