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AI Mobile Health App Sweetch Partners With WellSpan Health to Help Fight Diabetes

Sweetch, the first AI digital therapeutics solution that helps predict, prevent and improve outcomes among people with diabetes is partnering with integrated health care system WellSpan Health.

READ MORE October 31, 2018

Johns Hopkins study: coaching app Sweetch can increase weight loss, activity in prediabetes patients

A recent Johns Hopkins study found that prediabetic patients who used the interactive mobile coaching program Sweetch lost weight and increased physical activity. The study, published in JMIR, found that participant lost a mean 3.5 pounds and significantly improved weekly physical activity over the course of the three-month trial.

READ MORE March 8, 2018

Johns Hopkins Study Reveals Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Driven Mobile App Sweetch Reduces Blood Sugar Levels in Early Stage Diabetes Patients

Sweetch, the mobile-health app that helps prevent and improve outcomes in diabetes by encouraging long-term behavioral change, today revealed the outcomes of its clinical trial conducted at Johns Hopkins University. Directed by the university’s Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, & Metabolism, the study shows that using Sweetch significantly lowered A1C levels, a diabetes biomarker for blood […]

READ MORE March 8, 2018

Sweetch’s AI-driven app claims to reduce risk of developing diabetes

While the world tries to decide whether artificial intelligence is here to help us or hurt us, AI is quietly infiltrating our daily lives — from streaming recommendations to image recognition. And in health technology, AI is making a real difference to people across the world, saving lives in a multitude of ways.

READ MORE March 6, 2018

A Novel Approach for Fully Automated, Personalized Health Coaching for Adults with Prediabetes: Pilot Clinical Trial

Background: Prediabetes is a high-risk state for the future development of type 2 diabetes, which may be prevented through physical activity (PA), adherence to a healthy diet, and weight loss. Mobile health (mHealth) technology is a practical and cost-effective method of delivering diabetes prevention programs in a real-world setting.

READ MORE February 27, 2018

Sweetch Develops AI Platform That Predicts Individual’s Risk For Developing A Metabolic Syndrome Related Disease

Sweetch is an Artificial Intelligence-based platform aimed at reducing the risk and improving the outcomes of Metabolic Syndrome diseases – Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, Hypertension, Pre-Hypertension, Obesity, and Hyperlipidemia. Below is our interview with Dana Chanan CEO at Sweetch: […]

READ MORE January 25, 2018

Making people addicted to living a healthier life

There are currently almost 90 million pre-diabetic patients, in the United States and more than 60 million in Europe. Without intervention, every year one out of every ten patients will become diabetic. However, only 150 minutes of physical activity per week and 5-7% of weight reduction could suffice to lower the risk of becoming diabetic […]

READ MORE November 8, 2016

Digital Health: Moving from Data to Personalized Actions

As patient expectations concerning the quality, transparency and availability of healthcare services are setting a higher bar every day, patient-centered digital-health solutions are a vital component in the evolution of healthcare delivery. These are able to empower people to play an active role in managing their own healthcare, improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs, enhance patient-physician […]

READ MORE April 22, 2016

Sweetch app (Israel): stopping diabetes before it starts

Sweetch, an Israeli digital health startup, is on a mission to make the world a healthier place. Its first undertaking: to prevent people who are at risk for diabetes from developing the disease. More than 86 million US and 63 million European adults have a blood-sugar level that is higher than normal but not yet […]

READ MORE April 20, 2016

Stopping diabetes before it starts

Sweetch, an Israeli digital health startup, is on a mission to make the world a healthier place. Its first undertaking: to prevent people who are at risk for diabetes from developing the disease.

READ MORE April 14, 2016