HiQ helps diabetes tools to simplify everyday life for diabetes patients

HiQ wins the assignment to continue the development of Diabetes Tools’ digital platforms, which make care and everyday life simpler for people with diabetes.

One of the solutions, TriabetesClinic for children, was recently nominated as “Best Mobile Innovation for Health” in the Global Mobile Awards.

“E-health is an important area in which HiQ is gaining ground. This is yet another assignment in which we are able to play a part in making a difference in people’s lives. We have been working with Diabetes Tools for some time and we are proud to now be given responsibility for the technology side,” says Magnus Gudéhn, Managing Director at HiQ Stockholm.

Diabetes Tools creates digital platforms and apps that simplify life for diabetes patients while saving time and money for healthcare providers. Replacing logbooks and paperwork with practical new solutions reduces the risk of errors and misunderstandings.

“We look forward to continuing to work together with HiQ. HiQ offers good breadth in terms of the competence and experience that we need. Our solutions are helping patients and healthcare staff every day and we are looking forward to developing more innovations that will make life simpler for more people,” says Anders Weilandt, CEO of Diabetes Tools.

With TriabetesClinic for children a mobile phone or tablet is all you need to calculate insulin doses and share essential information among all those concerned – both the family of the child and healthcare staff. The Triabetes platform is also available for adult patients and for home-care clients.

“As in many of HiQ’s assignments the focus is on a holistic approach. In addition to the technical solution and data management processes, it’s also about user-friendliness – making sure these tools are simple and practical to use, with user interfaces that meet the needs of both patients and healthcare professionals,” Magnus Gudéhn explains.

“This is yet another example of how digitalisation creates value for people. Diabetes Tools and HiQ share the same motivation, using technology to simplify and improve people’s day-to-day lives,” concludes Lars Stugemo, CEO and President of HiQ.

Diabetes Tools is a Swedish medical technology company that simplifies daily life for everyone involved in diabetes care. The TriabetesClinic software service securely combines apps (for smartphones and tablets), online accounts and web interfaces to change diabetes healthcare for the better. Diabetes Tools was named “Medtech Company of the Year 2014” by the Swedish Medtech Association. Diabetes Tools has ISO 13485 certification, a standard for developing medical technology products and related services. Triabetes is a CE-marked medical software product registered for sale within the EU. Diabetes Tools is a privately owned company based in Stockholm. More information is available on www.diabetestools.se

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