Insulin dosing is challenging and time consuming, however most clinicians are not trained in-depth in insulin dosing. Many patients are prescribed much less insulin than they require to control their diabetes – some as much as 25% below what they need. Mellitus Health provides clinical decision-support software for precision dosing of insulin, allowing providers to dose insulin safely and effectively according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Standards of Care. Its advanced technology is based on a lifetime of work in diabetes care by former ADA president and renowned endocrinologist Dr. Mayer B. Davidson, MD.
Insulin Insights is an FDA-cleared clinical decision-support tool for precision dosing of insulin. It uses clinically proven Computerized Insulin Dose Adjustment Algorithms (CIDAA) to deliver nuanced insulin dosing recommendations within seconds. Insulin Insights can be leveraged by organizations to standardize insulin dosing among providers, allow providers to safely optimize insulin therapy for their patients, and improve clinical outcomes for your patients living with diabetes. CIDAA can be used to perfectly complement your existing telehealth through a coordinated deployment of remote-enabled blood glucose monitors.
“Accurate and rational decision making with respect to insulin dosages has always been a challenge for many clinicians who do not have extensive training and experience with today’s increasingly complex insulin regimens. Dr. Davidson’s algorithms greatly simplify and streamline decision making for all insulin-treated diabetic patients, and effectively improve glycemic control.”
– Stanley H. Hsia, MD FRCPC FACE, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism & Molecular Medicine at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
“It’s easy to use, and it saves me time. I can see what the software recommends, and that gives me the confidence to help make dosing adjustments. Intensification of therapy is intimidating but necessary, and this tool helps me do it with precision, and with great results.”
– Ligaya Scarlett, MSN, FNP-C, Family Nurse Practitioner at UCLA Health