Diabetic Assist

Help your patients manage Diabetes Mellitus with this cloud based application

Diabetic Assist is a cloud (Microsoft Azure) based app that allows providers and patients with Diabetes Mellitus to work together to achieve optimal control of their Diabetes Mellitus.

Patients can:

  • Add and view glucose results
  • Add and view blood pressure readings
  • Add and view waist and weight measurements
  • Monitor their caloric input (food) and output (exercise)
  • View other Diabetes related test results added by their provider e.g. HbA1C, Lipids, Albumin/creatinine ratio, Foot examinations, Retinal photoscreening
  • View medications to be taken and when
  • View a to do list which includes when tests are due and reminders added by the patient or by their provider
  • View messages from and send messages to their provider
  • Add notes and view notes from their provider
  • View clinic news and a list of links to web content added by their provider

Providers can:

  • Add an unlimited number of patients who have Diabetes Mellitus
  • Note what medications these patients should be taking and when
  • Add Diabetes related test results for these patients
  • Monitor when patients need tests done and medications prescribed
  • Monitor patients' glucose and test results, assess those results and provide advice via the Diabetes Assistant messaging system
  • Send and respond to messages from patients
  • Add and view reminders
  • Provide clinic news and links to web based information relevant to Diabetes Mellitus
  • Identify at risk patients

Try Diabetic Assist

  • Send an email to support@gpdesksoftware.com to request user names and passwords to trial Diabetic Assist. Include the name of the organization that you represent.
  • Click to view Diabetic Assist (you will need a username and password before use)
  • Diabetic Assist is still in development and changes may be made before the official release.
  • We have not finalized the price of Diabetic Assist but it will consist of an initial lump sum followed by a monthly cost based on the Azure charges marked up by a yet to be specified percentage.