Diabetes is a condition that needs a comprehensive and holistic plan of action - constant monitoring, timely and high quality medication, appropriate diet, and physical activity to maintain normal blood glucose levels. We present the Apollo Sugar app – we are your end to end digital partner to take care of your health as a diabetic or pre-diabetic person. With this app, you have the full power of Apollo’s integrated diabetes care approach at your finger tips. Apollo Sugar app helps deliver superior and positive patient outcomes with glucose tracking, and self-management of blood glucose levels. Our approach is based on connected diabetes care and technology with a human touch that keeps you always in good hands and can help you achieve control of Diabetes (HBA1c, FF, PP). With this app, you can now access your Prescriptions, Lab Reports, and Vitals and get support whenever you need to understand these results and the related treatment plan. You also get to chat with a personalized Health Coach, get personalized educational information on diabetes, and access personalized tips and reminders on diet, medication compliance and activity tracking. Our app is a complete solution, a seamless extension of our expert clinics, to enable you as a patient to comply with treatment, interact with health coaches, and maintain optimum blood glucose levels.
Advantages of Apollo Sugar App
Tracking patient’s daily health parameters.
Access your Prescriptions, Lab Reports, and Vitals
Manage exercise (steps walked/day), diet (diets logged/per day), and detect other lifestyle considerations (e.g. hours of sleep per day, typical active / inactive daily patterns of activity).
Improve compliance with medication and lifestyle modifications (e.g. inbuilt reminders for medication, diet logging, self monitoring of blood glucose)
Access health coaches (certified diabetes educators) at your finger tips – either thru app or dial a help line.
Provide constant support mechanism to prevent / protects from very low and high blood sugar levels.(i.e Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia)