An older man drives a car with a sensor visible on his arm. A younger girl sits behind him in the backseat

[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/25214034/height/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/yes/direction/forward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/3e9ccc/” width=”100%” scrolling=”no” class=”podcast-class” frameborder=”0″ placement=”top” primary_content_url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/diabetesconnections/Ep_532_Final_One_Drop_CGM_Dachis.mp3″ libsyn_item_id=”25214034″ height=”90″ theme=”custom” custom_color=”3e9ccc” player_use_thumbnail=”use_thumbnail” use_download_link=”use_download_link” download_link_text=”Download” /]Jeff Dachis founded One Drop in 2014, after his own type 1 diagnosis. Known for its sleek meter design and more recently for on-demand telehealth services, One Drop is moving into something new. Jeff shares how that includes what they’re calling a continuous health sensor. We’ll talk about what that term means, how it could help people with diabetes and what Jeff is still really passionate about.

More about One Drop: https://onedrop.today/blogs/press-releases/ada2022-cgm-biowearable-sensor-t2d

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