Novo Nordisk grants Taiwanese firm access to smart pen data

A new collaboration between Novo Nordisk and Health2Synch enables users of the latter company’s app solution to automatically register data about their insulin treatments when using Novo’s smart injector pens.

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Novo Nordisk’s smart insulin pens, Novopen 6 and Novopen Echo Plus, will be able to transfer insulin dose logs directly to app Health2Synch in the future, says the app’s developer going by the same name in a press release.

The partnership is the latest in a string of similar deals for Novo Nordisk, which includes firms like Dexcom, Glooko and Roche, all aiming to make it easier for diabetes patients to track when and how many insulin doses are injected.

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