Plenty of apps can help people track their daily activities, monitor their health, and set exercise reminders. But when entrepreneur Jeff Dachis was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes nearly three years ago, he couldn’t find any health software that truly helped him adjust to the new lifestyle his condition requires.
“[Medical apps] are usually written by people who have no sense of user experience, and are driven in a lot of ways by fear,” says Dachis. “For a data driven disease like diabetes, you really need all of the pieces of the puzzle in one place.”Read More On time.com
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