RALEIGH – Orthus Health is offering its diabetes management platform free of charge to its more than 100 clients to help them and employees better manage related issues during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The crisis means people living with diabetes may face “challenges in access to their routine healthcare,” the company says.
“The Orthus Health for Diabetes platform provides an effective and personalized approach to diabetes management,” said Orthus Health Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Andrea Coviello. “I am excited to be working to empower people to improve their health, and to provide support at a time when patients and healthcare workers need it most.”
The firm said it “hopes this support offered at no charge will help ensure the population living with diabetes can better manage their health and avert complications while staying at home or sheltering in place during the COVID-19 crisis.”
The platform includes a variety of tools and real-time analytics via an app.
“Through the app, Orthus Health’s team of clinically trained health coaches works directly with those in need of support,” the company said. “They proactively advise individuals with diabetes to inspire positive behavior change and avert complications that could land them in the hospital.”
Learn more at the Orthus Health website.