Diabetes Mine’s editor-in-chief Amy Tendrich wanted to find out more about Tidepool and she got the inside story.
Amy and I got in contact a few months ago after I heard about their DiabetesMine Innovation Summit, and saw their video calling for D-data standardization and an open model of diabetes care.
I invited Amy to come to San Francisco and to join us at a planning session. She got to meet the team and listen in as we worked through a long startup agenda. We also gave her a demo of blip, the first application that sits on top of Tidepool‘s platform. blip provides intuitive, interactive visualizations of data from multiple sources, including insulin pumps, CGMs and activity monitors.
Amy’s take on Tidepool: “They were speaking my language!”