21 September 2020
Roche introduces a Remote Patient Monitoring solution at the 56th Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes
The Remote Patient Monitoring solution is an element of the RocheDiabetes Care Platform helping healthcare professionals to provide care when and where it is needed, thus enabling a more efficient and personalised approach to diabetes care.
11 September 2020
Roche completes certification of all Class I medical devices in its diabetes care portfolio under the new Medical Device Regulation
Roche declares conformity with the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) for all its Class I medical devices in its diabetes care portfolio. Ensuring compliance with the new MDR strengthens the company’s position as a leader and trusted partner in diabetes care providing products and services of highest quality and safety.
30 April 2020
Roche is providing free access to the Pro version of the mySugr app for six months to support people with diabetes in various countries around the world. With the Pro version of the mySugr app, people with diabetes can easily export relevant diabetes data and share them digitally with their doctor.
26 February 2020
RocheDiabetes InsulinStart is a service designed for people with type 2 diabetes to ease the transition from oral antidiabetics to a complementary long-acting insulin therapy. By using proven algorithms, the messaging-based service provides support during the critical phase of finding the optimum long-acting insulin dose injected once a day.
10 February 2020
mySugr’s digital diabetes program receives accreditation from the American Association of Diabetes Educators
mySugr's digital coaching service meets and upholds the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management and Support (DSMES). This accreditation highlights that mySugr coaches provide the highest quality in education and support to people living with diabetes. Validation supports virtual coaching and education is the future of diabetes care.