There is a campaign being developed for those at risk and those that have diabetes and I think you may be interested in. Its goal is to help save time, money and provide better diabetes care. They’re currently looking for feedback and ideas to build something truly helpful.
I thought you may all be interested in finding out more about this campaign (app to be released in the fall), and want to get involved. We have an in-depth blog post on mobile technology for Diabetes management (http://www.healthit.gov/buzz-blog/beacon-community-program/mobile-app-texting-diabetes-management/) on the Office of the National Coordinator’s official blog, Health IT Buzz blog (http://www.healthit.gov/buzz-blog/). You’ll notice on the blog post that ONC is also looking for new ideas to make the campaign a success. Ideas can be emailed to pierce.graham-***@****
On behalf of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT
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