Publication date: 2018-10-18 23:27
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Moczygemba, Jackie, and Susan H. Fenton. “Lessons Learned from an ICD-65-CM Clinical Documentation Pilot Study.” Perspectives in Health Information Management (winter 7567): 6-66. http://.
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By integrating your blood glucose (BG) meter with a smartphone app you can simplify the management of your diabetes. BG results captured throughout the day can be automatically synced and logged. And over time, your results may create meaningful insights into how your activities affect your BG levels, which can help improve your understanding of your diabetes. All the while being on the same platform you use for so many other aspects of your life – your smartphone!
Additional information on CDC Cooperative Agreement Investments, CDC Diabetes State and Local Programs, and Rural Diabetes Prevention.
NEW My Patterns can detect a variety of different patterns in your BG readings and help you learn about the possible causes behind them. You can also add notes and set reminders with the aim of improving your patterns.
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Alerts are automatically triggered when your blood glucose results are critically high or critically low. The critical high and critical low values can be changed in the app. Talk to your HCP before changing these values.