MedDiary Launches App for Chronic Disease Management

MedDiary Launches App for Chronic Disease Management   mobile health app mHealth news mHealth MedDiary News out of Indianapolis indicates that MedDiary Inc., a mobile health software startup specializing in chronic disease management, has just launched its MedDiary app for iOS.

The application in question helps patients manage multiple chronic diseases at once while engaging directly with their healthcare providers for real-time monitoring and support.

“MedDiary is filling an important need in mHealth,” explains MedDiary CEO Mark Repko in a news release. “For the first time, patients with multiple chronic conditions will be able to manage the complexities of their health and their extended healthcare provider network, via a single application, customized to the patients’ individual needs.”

For multiple chronic diseases, the MedDiary app allows patients to select the combination of chronic diseases they want to manage (for example, Type 2 diabetes and hypertension).

The app then aggregates the selected disease management plans into one seamless interface for the patient.  Patients track important data points related to each condition, such as self-testing results (ex. weight, blood glucose), medication intake, food consumption and symptoms. Patients can then share this information with their healthcare providers for immediate feedback or subsequent review during their next checkup.

As of this writing, the MedDiary app supports twelve chronic diseases: asthma, congestive heart failure (CHF), COPD, Crohn’s disease, diabetes type 1, diabetes type 2, pulmonary hypertension and others.

The company plans to release additional modules for other chronic diseases in the near future.

“This is just the first step in realizing our vision for chronic disease management using mHealth technology,” Repko adds. “With the MedDiary app now in place, we’ll soon announce other aspects of our platform that will further connect patients with their healthcare providers.”

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