Seven top diabetes apps for PCPs include insulin calculators, Rx algorithms, comorbidity support, and patient tracking tools.
Accurate Insulin Decisions (AID)
is a comprehensive resource that contains decision support tools and algorithms for bolus and mealtime insulin regimens.
Resident Intern Endocrinology Companion
covers differential diagnosis, work-up and treatment for a wide range of endocrinology disorders.
American Diabetes Association Standards of Care
app guides physicians and other clinicians through diagnosis/management of diabetes and provides guidelines on managing complications and comorbidities.
AACE Type 2 Diabetes Management Algorithm 2016
provides a practical guide that considers the whole patient, his or her spectrum of risks and complications, and evidence-based approaches to treatment.
AACE Type 2 Diabetes Management Algorithm 2016.
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app provides real-time feedback on blood sugar levels and allows patients to share their data with their healthcare team.
is a comprehensive tracking app that can help patients and their physicians track daily, weekly and monthly blood glucose levels, A1c, medication, food, weight, and exercise.
BMI Calculator by Epocrates
provides treatment recommendations based on BMI and comorbidities; includes algorithms for treatment planning, goal setting, and monitoring.
We present brief overviews of 7 diabetes apps useful for primary care physicians, including Accurate Insulin Decisions (AID), BMI Calculator by Epocrates, and diabetes management algorithms from the American Diabetes Association and American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. Also highlighted are 2 comprehensivetracking and education apps you may want to recommend to your patients with type 2 diabetes.Links to the iTunes and Google Play stores can be found in the slide legends.