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Interoperability and the rising use of continuous glucose monitoring is fueling competition among diabetes device-makers and dominated the conversation at the recent annual ADA meeting.
Investment managing firm Spruce Point says factors such as patients hacking their older Dexcom continuous glucose meters, the company’s decision to not disclose its patient base and competition from Abbott’s upcoming Libre 2 CGMs are red flags that Dexcom is overstating its market potential. Dexcom's stocks lost a fifth of their value after the short-seller released a recent report that says the firm is overvalued.
It was another record year for novel device approvals by US FDA, driven by the big uptick in de novo classifications for low-to-moderate-risk devices in 2018. Meanwhile, original PMA approvals dropped significantly. An analysis and infographic on FDA device approval trends in 2018.
With a growing number of diabetes apps on the market, patients and physicians can obtain a large amount of data to help manage the disease. In this second part of a two-part series on the blood glucose monitoring devices market, two endocrinologists express their views on the considerations and pitfalls of using apps to help manage diabetes, and they recommend specific apps.
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Kevin Sayer, Pres. & CEO
Jess Roper, SVP, CFO
Richard B Doubleday, Chief Commercial Officer
Jacob Leach, SVP, R&D
Steven Pacelli, EVP, Strategy & Corp. Dev.
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