The Virtual Diabetes Center (VDC), developed by the Diabetes Task Force Solutions
team, addresses gaps in the current delivery of chronic-diseases care. This includes the growing imbalance between the number of patients with diabetes and the number of healthcare providers, access to care, and patient education and motivation; in addition to the necessary enhancement of the overall efficiency of diabetes-care work-flow and health outcomes by adopting a proactive approach to type 2 diabetes treatment and care.
The proactive approach starts with knowledgeable and motivated patients who are active partners in managing their diabetes, rather than being passive recipients of care. Diabetes self-management data: diet, physical activity, sleep, stress, allergies, social activities and environmental factors are essential to understanding what affects a patient's blood sugar control. Such data are also indicators of preventive actions. Continuous monitoring, as well as access to care by multidisciplinary healthcare providers, are also key to early intervention.
VDC consists of four separate Cloud-based applications. Each function as an independent application or as an integrated solution to provide complete diabetes-care solution based on your requirements. These are Diabetes Case Management, Patients Health Management, Patient Diabetes Self-Education and Continuing Medical Education.
Continuing Medical Education
VDC is a proprietary digital health ecosystem for diabetes and other chronic diseases management; it facilitates the collaboration between healthcare providers,
and Integrates patients' self-management and lifestyle data with current health conditions and historical medical records. Utilizing proprietary automated algorithms,
VDC organizes and provides such information in easy-to-review visuals, giving healthcare team members a comprehensive understanding of the relation between patients' lifestyle, their diabetes management, and the current prescribed treatment,
all which is essential for successful management of chronic diseases and improved health outcomes.