Case Study/Bluetooth Enabled Insulin Pen Cap

The widespread adoption of the Internet of Things (integration of wireless connectivity sensors into devices and objects) and the proliferation of digital health tools has led to a phase of mass development of new tools in medical care.

Taking the commonly used insulin pen and adding sensors or technological features to update it for care in the 21st century has become a small niche, with multiple companies creating their own platforms or devices.


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The emergence of new technologies such as smart insulin pens, caps, attachments, and virtual platforms can help both patients and health care providers (HCPs) overcome problems such as poor insulin adherence, incorrect insulin initiation and titration, and medication errors.

The two most pervasive models at present are pens with refillable insulin cartridges that feature built-in wireless communication abilities and sensors to track insulin delivery.