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Whole healthcare for diverse populations

Diabetes & Pre-Diabetes
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reduction in avg. blood glucose for Dario users of all ethnic backgrounds

Whole healthcare for diverse populations

Racial and ethnic disparities are common in many chronic conditions including diabetes. Digital health helps address these disparities and improve outcomes by providing individualized journeys. Recent research examined data from users engaged with our platform across a 12-month period by different racial and ethnic groups. The results showed no statistical difference in the levels of engagement and significant improvements in average blood glucose month with no statistical difference between racial and ethnic groups.

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Emerging research on the bi-directional impact of chronic conditions

It’s long been known that chronic conditions travel in packs, and Dario is studying correlations among co-occurring conditions that can help determine better care protocols.
New research on Dario users with both diabetes and hypertension, for example, suggests that blood pressure reduction may also serve as a mechanism of blood glucose reduction, and that education about comorbidities can motivate the adoption of healthier behaviors overall.

example, suggests that blood pressure reduction may also serve as a mechanism of blood glucose reduction, and that education about comorbidities can motivate the adoption of healthier behaviors overall.

Emerging research on the bidirectional impact of chronic conditions

More new research
on the horizon

These two studies in 2022 have laid the foundation for additional research on the benefits of using a single solution for chronic conditions that occur together—and interact with each other. We believe that a unified experience in a single platform makes multiple conditions easier to manage, and that it improves engagement and behavior change and leads to…

better outcomes.
We believe that if solutions require separate logins, separate screenings, and separate coaching—not to mention an inability to share data to promote a holistic understanding of individual health—the results will be fragmented and less effective.

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More new research on the horizon