mySugr provides virtual diabetes care to over 2 million people worldwide. mySugr partners with organizations to support their diabetes populations in efforts to reduce overall diabetes-related costs, decrease time spent on diabetes management and simplify life with diabetes. mySugr is available in 79 countries and 22 languages. Our employee wellness program is offered in English, Spanish, and German and our coaching program is accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE).
mySugr is a digital diabetes solution that brings together automated health data collection from Bluetooth connected devices through a patient-facing app. Blood glucose meters and blood pressure monitors, as well as weight scales, bring together the most important health data. Health data is utilized by our Certified Diabetes Educators for individualized risk-based care. We offer automated supply home delivery to make enrollment and on-boarding easy.
mySugr was founded in 2012 in Austria by people with diabetes to help “make diabetes suck less” and joined the Roche family in 2017. mySugr employs 180 talents across both locations in Austria and California. The mySugr app has over 2 million users and a 4.6 star rating in the App Store and on Google Play. mySugr is HIPAA compliant.
We specialize in app-based, all-around care for people with diabetes — made by people with diabetes. Our digital diabetes solution combines diabetes coaching, therapy management, diabetes supplies, automated data tracking, and seamless integration with a growing number of medical devices to ease the daily burden of living with diabetes. Our value is based on some key differences:
1) Roche Diabetes Care has pioneered innovative diabetes technologies and services. Being a global leader in integrated diabetes management, more than 5,000 employees in over 100 markets worldwide aim every day to help people with diabetes.
2) Our participant experience is unmatched. Our program is built around Roche’s Accu-Chek meters. The Accu-Chek brand is No. 1 in blood glucose monitoring systems worldwide. Managing diabetes is complex and stressful enough without having to learn the features of a new or proprietary device. And unlike other programs, all participant information, resources, and communication with our Certified Diabetes Educators are managed within the app, making mySugr the most efficient and convenient solution available.
3) Our commitment to innovation. We are continuously striving to offer more technology, resources, and data to participants and caregivers.
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