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Liberating diabetes data through standards and interoperability

Blood Glucose Meter

Device standards to communicate readings of blood glucose concentrations.

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Continuous Glucose Monitor

Device standards to communicate series of estimated blood glucose concentrations.

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Insulin Delivery Device

Device standards to communicate the delivery of insulin.

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Services

Standards exchanging healthcare information electronically.

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IEEE

Transport agnostic standard that supports information exchange of health data to and from personal devices.

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IEEE

Transport agnostic standard that supports information exchange of health data to and from personal devices.

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Bluetooth

Wireless technology standard for exchanging data over Bluetooth radio.


IEEE

Transport agnostic standard that supports information exchange of health data to and from personal devices.

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HL7 FHIR ™

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) defines a set of data format and elements in simple XML or JSON structures for data representation and exchange.

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News

October 25, 2017

Learn the latest about FHIR at Dev Days 2017

We are excited to announce that the eHI team will be at HL7® FHIR® Developer Days 2017!

October 20, 2017

JDRF Announces New Initiative to Support Open Protocol Automated Insulin Delivery Systems

JDRF has announced a new initiative that will support the development of open protocols for artificial pancreas (AP) technology.

October 10, 2017

FDA Fastracks mHealth Apps Review

The incredible pace at which mHealth and software moves requires regulatory bodies to think of new approaches to ensure people get access to products in a timely manner.

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