Mrs McCreedy added: “I congratulate the Trust, Dr Roy Harper and the dNav team on getting to this stage. The expansion of this service is going to transform the lives of many people, giving them more control over their diabetes in the comfort of their homes and by removing a significant pressure on the resources […]
Over the summer of 2015, NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group (Oldham CCG) has collaborated with TRUSTECH to deliver a program to identify innovative healthcare technologies that could have a significant impact on the health and care of patients in the Oldham area. Today, the companies behind the short listed technologies have been announced.
— Experienced Commercial C-Level Executive Will Lead Company’s Entry into US Market — ANN ARBOR, Mich., September 17, 2015 – Hygieia, a digital insulin enhancement company dedicated to making insulin therapy easier for everyone involved, announced the appointment of David Conn as president, head of the company’s U.S. business, effective immediately. In this role, Conn […]
d-Nav receives Northern Ireland inaugural eHealth award for ‘Best use of technology to support improved health and care services’
Health and social care staff have been honoured for their innovative care improvements at the inaugural Northern Ireland eHealth and Social Care Awards 2014. Minister for Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Jim Wells MLA, presented each of the finalists with their award at this year’s first eHealth and Care NI Conference, organised by Northern […]
Health Minister Edwin Poots has welcomed a pioneering new device which could revolutionise the lives of people with diabetes
The d-Nav™ Insulin Guidance Service, developed by US company Hygieia, is proving to be extremely successful in a pilot in the South Eastern HSC Trust region. It allows people with diabetes to easily regulate their own insulin dosage, by using a small device the size of a mobile phone. Health Minister Edwin Poots said: “I […]
New technology designed to enable the automatic adjustment of insulin dosages for diabetes patients has been put to the test in Northern Ireland. Over the past 18 months staff at Ulster Hospital in Dundonald has been trialling the d-Nav Diabetes Insulin Guidance System (DIGS), which allows diabetic users to easily regulate their own insulin. The […]