CGM Use In Hospitals: Benefits and Limitations

Experts agree that FDA approval for CGM use in hospitals is less than a year away. Find out why it is worth banking on this prediction and what opportunities exist for innovative medical technology companies.

Advancements & Opportunities in Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Current research into improving the accuracy and usability of continuous glucose monitors has left few stones unturned. From sweat-based sensors to contact lenses, boundless opportunities are waiting to be explored in this arena. Find out which of those opportunities holds the most promise and how your company can capitalize on advancements in this technology.

Opportunities in Remote Patient Monitoring and Cloud Connected Apps

The remote patient monitoring niche is growing thanks to advancements in technology and an increased reliance on remote care. From continuous glucose monitors to innovative cloud-connected devices, the diabetes arena, in particular, offers many opportunities for companies with the right ideas and the right technology to find success.

CGM Applications Beyond Diabetes Monitoring

Continuous glucose monitors have left the world of diabetes care and entered a new niche in the fitness market. But the usefulness of CGMs in people without diabetes still has not been fully realized. Find out what opportunities exist in this growing niche and how innovative companies like yours can capitalize on them.

New Trends in Wearable Medical Devices

From patches that can sense multiple metabolic and hemodynamic parameters to CGMs meant for non-diabetics, wearable medical devices are entering a new phase. Here, we look at current products in the works and what else might be on the horizon.

Diabetes and Pregnancy: An Open Niche for Software Development

Good management of blood sugar while pregnant is paramount for positive outcomes, but current technology doesn’t do enough to help expectant mothers with diabetes reach this goal. Here, we look at the opportunities for software and medical tech development in this field and why filling these gaps is vital.