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Demystify your patients' MDI therapy

InPen empowers you with actionable data you've never had from your MDI patients, until now.

InPen helps solve common MDI challenges​

For the first time, InPen offers tracking and decision support to MDI patients.​

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Missing 2 doses
per week can lead
to an increase in
A1c of up to 0.4%1

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2/3 of people need
help calculating
their doses and 60%
of doses are stacked2-4

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Lack of accurate
dosing data is a
barrier to optimizing
glycemic control5

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The use of a bolus
calculator is associated
with a 0.7-1.0%
reduction in A1c6-8

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Finally, a system that makes life easier for you and your patients

Advanced tracking and algorithms, along with intuitive reports, tell you and your patients more about their MDI therapy than ever before.

Full visibility of patient data

Patients can share their InPen data with you at any time. See when and how much your patients are dosing, and get full visibility into their blood glucose and carb intake. At their next appointment, you can collaborate and identify new ways to achieve their goals.

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Clear data, better patient outcomes

Data can make treatment more time-intensive, but InPen reports do the interpretation for you. They're easy to read and reveal all the information you need to make decisions.

Intuitive, affordable decision support

InPen helps MDI users take the right amount of insulin at the right time, thanks to real-time tracking and decision support.

  • Tracks active insulin
  • Reminds user to dose
  • Calculates personalized doses
  • Automatically logs doses
  • Syncs with CGMs and glucose meters
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Patients with diabetes are looking for easy ways to track their data as today’s world embraces technology. Providers are looking for more data to help manage diabetes. The InPen has the ability to do both by giving the patient a calculator to help with dosing, reminders to dose, and recommendations — while giving the providers useful downloaded information in the office and remotely as well.”

- Heather Rush, MSN APRN CPNP CDE MLDE

A solution for all diabetes patients

InPen offers easy, affordable decision support for Type 1 and Type 2 patients.

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Sharon

Type 2, fixed dose

“I take a set amount of insulin with each meal.”​

Sharon will receive InPen dose recommendations based on a fixed amount for each meal. When a current blood glucose is provided, the dose calculator may add insulin to the fixed meal dose recommendation to correct for glucose values above target. She can safely correct high glucose between meals because InPen will recommend correction doses based on her active insulin.

Katie

Type 2, meal estimation

“I estimate the size of my meals.”

Katie's dose recommendations in the InPen app are based on an estimate of the number of carbohydrates in each meal (i.e., low, medium, high carb meals). When a current blood glucose is provided, the dose calculator may add insulin to the meal estimation dose recommendation to correct for glucose values above target. She can safely correct high glucose between meals because InPen will recommend correction doses based on her active insulin.

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Katie

Type 2, meal estimation

“I estimate the size of my meals.”

Katie's dose recommendations in the InPen app are based on an estimate of the number of carbohydrates in each meal (i.e., low, medium, high carb meals). When a current blood glucose is provided, the dose calculator may add insulin to the meal estimation dose recommendation to correct for glucose values above target. She can safely correct high glucose between meals because InPen will recommend correction doses based on her active insulin.

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Jack

Type 1, carb counting

“I count the number of carbs in each meal.”

Jack's dose recommendations are based on the exact amount of carbohydrates he eats. The app calculates his doses using an insulin-to-carb ratio. When a current blood glucose is provided, the dose calculator may adjust insulin recommendations to correct for glucose values outside of target. He can safely correct high glucose between meals because InPen will recommend correction doses based on his active insulin.

Prescription information

Frequently asked questions

InPen is a prescription-only device. Insurance coverage varies by plan. Through our co-pay assistance program, InPen costs no more than $35 per year.

You can prescribe InPen through EMR or our start order form. Learn more about how to prescribe InPen here.

If you need to adjust your patient’s therapy mode (dose calculator) in the InPen app, please contact our technical support team at 844-843-7903, option 1.

Your patient can send their Insights Report to you directly from their InPen app. Learn more here.

Our trained InPen Specialists are available for virtual 1-on-1 training sessions Monday through Friday from 6am – 6pm PT. We ask that patients contact their doctor with questions about their therapy settings,
insulin regimen, or blood glucose concerns.

More questions? Visit our FAQ Page

Give your patients a smarter diabetes management tool.

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2.  Garg SK, Bookout TR, McFann KK, et al. Improved glycemic control in intensively treated adult subjects with type 1 diabetes using insulin guidance software. Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics. 2008; 10(5):369-375.

3.  Zaugg, Stephanie D., et al. “Diabetes numeracy and blood glucose control: association with type of diabetes and source of care.” Clinical diabetes: a publication of the American Diabetes Association 32.4 (2014): 152-157.

4.  Cavanaugh, Kerri, et al. “Association of numeracy and diabetes control.” Annals of Internal Medicine 148.10 (2008): 737-746.

5.  Klonoff DC, Kerr D. Smart Pens Will Improve Insulin Therapy. J Dia Sci & Tech, 2018;12(3):551-553.

6.  Ziegler R, Cavan DA, Cranston I, et al. Use of an insulin bolus advisor improves glycemic control in multiple daily insulin injection (MDI) therapy patients with suboptimal glycemic control: first results from the ABACUS trial. Diabetes Care. 2013; 36(11):3613-3619.

7.  Kaufman FR, Halvorson M, Carpenter S. Use of a plastic insulin dosage guide to correct blood glucose levels out of the target range and for carbohydrate counting in subjects with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care. 1999; 22(8):1252-1257.

8.  Anderson DG. Multiple daily injections in young patients using the ezy-BICC bolus insulin calculation card, compared to mixed insulin and CSII. Pediatric Diabetes. 2009; 10(5):304-309