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RSSDI launches DiaHelp – India’s first toll free diabetes helpline service on the occasion of World Diabetes Day

Dr. BM Makkar and Mr. Kartikeya Joshi

~ Elects Lifeincontrol as its technology partner for the helpline.

 ~LifeinControl launches companion app to empower caretakers; pegs women as “Chief Health Officers” in their families

– Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI) today announced the launch of DiaHELP; a toll free diabetes helpline service to aid millions of diabetes patients and their caregivers to get education related to managing this chronic disease effectively. The helpline has been launched on the occasion of “World Diabetes Day” by RSSDI will be managed by Lifeincontrol, a first of its kind digital diabetes management platform. The helpline will also provide a special service for women who are at high risk of Gestational Diabetes and will educate them on condition and its managementPatients and their families can dial into toll free number 180030022935 for any information and queries on the disease.

Dr. BM Makkar and Mr. Kartikeya Joshi

On this occasion, LifeinControl, also  announced the launch of its first Companion app to empower caretakers in patient families to gain complete information on the disease and learn how to best manage it for their loved ones. The app will enable caretakers to understand the patient care plan and why it needs to be followed. It will also help them keep a constant check on the medication and diet, thus helping them to motivate the patients in turn and participate actively in the disease management of their loved one.

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