Recent advancement in smartphones coupled with the proliferation of data connectivity has resulted in increased interest and unprecedented growth in mobile applications for diabetes self-management. Nevertheless, a review of the literature highlights critical gaps between available functionality and user requirements and expectations. In this paper, we present a mHealth architecture of diabetes self-management system. The architecture has the following functionalities: automated data-entry through the use of wireless sensors; adherence to clinical guidelines; advanced statistical techniques for diabetes modeling and prediction; and advanced charting capabilities for data presentation and quality control.
El-gayar, O., Timsina, P., & Nawar, N. (2013). A mHealth Architecture for Diabetes Self-Management System. AMCIS 2013 Proceedings. https://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2013/HealthInformation/RoundTablePresentations/5