Sanofi iBGStar

By Jonah Comstock January 19, 2016
The results are in for the Scripps Translational Science Institute’s Wired For Health study, and there’s no sugar-coating it: they’re disappointing for those working in digital health. The six-month randomized control trial found no short-term benefit in health costs or outcomes for patients monitoring their health with connected devices.  “It was a bit disappointing, but remember, this was the...
By Jonah Comstock August 6, 2013
The Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) has announced the official launch of its Wired for Health mobile trial, which had begun recruiting last month, when the Institute brought on Dr. Steven Steinhubl as director of digital medicine. "We are excited to embark on one of the first robust, cross-industry studies using multiple mobile medical sensors to determine whether we can lower...
By Brian Dolan August 20, 2012
New York City-based Philosys recently announced that it had received a European CE Mark for its Gmate Smart glucose meter, which connects to the iPhone and iPad via the devices' headphone jacks. Philosys noted that the CE Mark approval was a year in the making and so it aims to bring the device to market in Europe by the end of this year. As Medgadget points out, since the device uses the Apple...
By Brian Dolan May 2, 2012
In recent years Apple stores began selling fitness devices other than those offered by long time partner Nike+. The company also added Withings' WiFi-enabled scale to its store shelves. Soon followed iHealth's iOS Blood Pressure Monitor dock and more. This week Cupertino's retail stores have begun selling Sanofi's iBGStar device, the first FDA cleared iPhone-enabled blood glucose meter....
By Brian Dolan April 12, 2012
PositiveID announced this week that its cellular-enabled iGlucose mobile health system, which adds cellular connectivity to a handful of commercially available glucose meters, is now available for pre-order. It expects to commercially launch the device sometime during this quarter. The company also claimed to be in the process of rolling out pilot programs with health insurers and home-healthcare...