Roche is looking for community feedback through this diabetes app survey.  Tell them what you would like to see!

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I'd like to see investment in an Android/PC app enabling me to use my Cell Phone as my BS meter. Pass word protected .Able to store my BS history, downloadable any time by myself and medical professionals.

Android App, and investment in a Diabetes Support service in Andalucia Spain. Enabling diabetics like myself to contact specialist on a net, with downloadable info direct to the specialist. For use in crisis management, and quarterly, monthly and annul reviews of our diabetes and the other ailments linked to our condition.
Andalucia Spain statistically has the highest number of Diabetes related amputations in Spain, and almost the highest in Europe.

Hello all,

Rob Muller with Roche here. Thanks for your input! I'll make sure your feedback gets heard. :)

Also, if you haven't done so, please follow the link to the survey and give us your thoughts directly.

Hope you all are having a good 2012!

Thank you,

Rob

Maybe something that integrates different gizmos? I have a Garmin 405 I use for running/ cycling, a MM Paradigm pump and recently started using/ playing with "Lose It!" this calories in/out tracker that MrsAcidRock discovered that has a nifty interface. It would be very handy to have something to put into a comprehensive report. Obviously, if I took notes and did a "journal" or "log" or something I could perhaps do that but so far I have managed to resist that for all but one month of 27 years of having diabetes. Come to think of it, the Garmin also has an HR monitor that would add another data set to the mix. I don't use it that often any more but it is also fun to play with.

Did the survey. Hope it's relevant (Europe?) Regards.

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