Why One Drop?
One Drop's evidence-based program helps people with diabetes learn sustainable self-care behaviors to improve quality of life, reduce the risk of complications and lower total cost of care.
Designed by People Who Know
Our programs were designed by people with diabetes and licensed clinical experts who understand the challenges of living day-to-day with a chronic disease.
Our personalized approach fits all people with diabetes and a smartphone regardless of diabetes type, therapy, age, lifestyle or motivation level.
We deliver results
Net Promoter Score
4+ star rating in Apple App Store and Google Play Store
70% of self-pay participants renew subscription each year*
Reduction in HBA1c1
78% decrease in out-of-range readings2
15 peer-reviewed published studies**
1-year cost savings3,4,***
* Self-pay participants pay entirely out-of-pocket without insurance.
** References for all One Drop peer-reviewed studies can be found at https://results.onedrop.today/evidence
*** Data to be presented in 2019
First ever ADA-recognized digital diabetes program
Participants are assigned a certified diabetes educator as their personal health coach to guide them as they work towards their goals.
News feed delivers relevant content daily to educate and empower users to better manage their health.
Automated Decision Support
Advanced AI accurately predicts future blood glucose levels and provides actionable insights and advice.
CE mark, 510(k) and Health Canada cleared, 1M registered users with full program available in 30 countries including Canada, EU, UK and US.
How it Works
Personal Health Coach
Our coaches understand each person's unique situation and work directly with participants to overcome obstacles and achieve lasting results.
Tools to Motivate
State-of-the-art wireless glucose monitor sends all data directly to the One Drop mobile app. The app tracks glucose, medication, food, activity, weight, blood pressure, and A1c. It also monitors progress and offers insights and tips to help participants stay on track at every stage of the program.
Our community of users are there to provide motivation along the way and share their experiences with people in similar situations.
Participants receive testing supplies mailed directly to the home and they can use the mobile app as often as they like to access their coach and receive guidance when they need it the most.
Insights Lead to Action
One Drop's AI-powered automated decision support offers valuable insights that lead to action and sustained behavior change for participants.
Working with One Drop
Service, Service, Service
Our dedicated team will blow your minds with turn key program design, implementation, reporting and ongoing support. Every client stakeholder and program participant should be satisfied with One Drop as we stand behind our commitment to deliver the world's best experience.
We use eligibility and claims data to engage those who can benefit most from our program and have the biggest impact on your organization's overall healthcare costs.
Through our experience gained as one of the world's most popular diabetes management apps, we apply best practices in digital communications and consumer engagement to maximize participation and ongoing engagement in the program.
Our team of cerified diabetes educators utilize proven behavior change techniques to meet participants where they are and guide them on their journey to self-management and healthy living.
Because our programs are built to deliver results, you'll receive monthly reports that track participant enrollment, engagement levels and overall outcomes measures.
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Quisel T, Foschini L, Kerr D. Self-care tracking and blood glucose stability among One Drop mobile app users. Annals of Behavioral Medicine (SBM 38th Annual Meeting Abstract Supplement). 2017; 51(Suppl 1): S1-S2867.
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Wagner EH, Sandhu N, Newton KM, McCulloch DK, Ramsey SD, Grothaus LC. Effect of improved glycemic control on health care costs and utilization. JAMA. 2001; 285(2): 182-189.