Conn O'Neill, Public Affairs Lead at
Roche Diabetes Care UK & Ireland says
that the company is continually reviewing
the way in which Roche Diabetes Care
can further support people with diabetes
and healthcare professionals at this time.
He says, "We are currently offering free
access to mySugr Pro app to people with
diabetes in the UK and Ireland to help
improve remote diabetes management
during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Usually £20.99 per person per year,
it can help improve the experience of
digital and/or telephone appointments for
people with diabetes by providing blood
glucose monitoring information remotely.
"The diabetes management app
allows users to enter blood glucose
results from any monitor and is already
used by more than 2m registered users
worldwide. Users can create and share
detailed PDF reports of their aggregated
diabetes data with their healthcare team
helping healthcare providers to recognise
patterns and individualise guidance for
ROCHE DIABETES CARE (Accu-Chek)
more meaningful remote consultations.
"In addition, in a bid to mitigate
pressures on hospitals and clinicians we
have extended all warranties for AccuChek
Combo and Accu-Chek Insight
insulin pumps. Warranties for pumps
that were due to expire before the end of
September have been extended, initially
for three months.
"We recognised that for people who
are approaching the end of their insulin
pump warranties, choices about new
insulin pumps are often made at group
sessions, and pump starts are often
also undertaken in groups. With the
extended warranty, this will remove the
need to attend a group session or visit a
Download the mySugr app and unlock
the Pro version using the activation code
until 30th September 2020, providing12
months free access for each user.
Conn O'Neill; the mySugr logo
In lockdown but a business to continue
and diabetes customers to deliver
supplies to, the GlucoRx team got their
message across with this engaging and
entertaining DIY video.
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