Okay, I just tried the program also, and I think I got it downloaded to my computer, (& saved), but I can't get the computer to recognize this. The program won't open when I try to actually download. I am excited that at least we are close to the new software/program - my CDE has been waiting & wishing for it!! Thanks for the heads up - I'll try again & report in when I am successful!
It was open to sign up for a while, but I think it is now closed to new users. The last time I logged in to it, it looked like my evaluation time had expired and they were going to start charging for the service. It is between $6 and $9 per month, but I didn't use it enough to justify paying that.
Eric is right - the evaluation is closed to new people but I would imagine that they will eventually open it up to everyone. I actually think the software is really good and am debating whether or not to purchase it. I might do it on a month to month because I'm still waiting for Insulet to finally produce some decent software. Do you want me to log on and send a request to customer service asking when new people can join? If you are interested, I'd be happy to do that for you. Let me know!
mom to Carter, 6 years old & William, 2 years old (dx April 2007, OmniPod, Jan 2008)
It's www.omnipodpartner.com. It's not from Insulet but it's a third party vendor. I purchased it and use it - it's really great. Much better than the stuff Insulet provides because you can get up to 90 days worth of data.
omnipodpartner.com is no longer available. If you go to www.diabetespartner.com it has the same thing (I think they created the omnipodpartner site). Unfortunately you need to pay to use it but they do offer a 30 day trial. Once you get the free cables from Insulet you can upload your pump information. I has a bunch of great reports and plots you can get from the data.
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