Resources for Clinicians

Frequently asked questions

InPen is a prescription-only device. Eligible patients with commercial insurance may pay as little as $35 per prescribed InPen. Each InPen is reusable for one year. Terms and conditions apply – learn more.  Complete this form for a free, no-obligation verification of your insurance benefits.

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.

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Clinical evidence

Read published studies and articles about our products and smart insulin pen technology.

Smart Insulin Pens Will Address Critical Unmet Needs for People with Diabebtes Using Insulin

The use of insulin to manage either type 1 or type 2 diabetes is neither easy nor straightforward. For the 7.4 million Americans using insulin on a daily basis and for individuals starting insulin, personal objectives and circumstances, clinician recommendation, and health plan coverage contribute to the choice of insulin delivery device.

Read More

A novel pen-based Bluetooth-enabled insulin delivery system with insulin dose tracking and advice

Diabetes is growing in prevalence internationally. As more individuals require insulin as part of their treatment, technology evolves to optimize delivery, improve adherence, and reduce dosing errors.

Read More

Smart Connected Insulin Pens, Caps, and Attachments: A Review of the Future of Diabetes Technology

The evolution of technologies to manage diabetes has led to improvements in patient adherence, technique, and monitoring. Insulin pens, for example, have distinct advantages over vials and syringes; they allow for more accurate dosing, improved adherence, less injection site pain, and greater patient satisfaction

Read More

Smart Pens Will Improve Insulin Therapy

Worldwide, pens are the most widely used devices for delivering insulin. This is not surprising given that compared to syringes/vials for insulin administration pens are more convenient, have better dosing accuracy, and are associated with improved adherence and persistence and less hypoglycemia risk.

Read More

Diabetes Technology: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2020

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) “Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes” includes the ADA’s current clinical practice recommendations and is intended to provide the components of diabetes care, general treatment goals and guidelines, and tools to evaluate quality of care.

Read More

InPen Smart Insulin Pen System: Product Review and User Experience

Digital health technology, especially digital and health applications (“apps”), have been developing rapidly to help people manage their diabetes.

Read More

Precision Dosing of Rapid-Acting Insulin Matters

To achieve optimal glycemic control and better quality of life, the focus should not only be on the duration of insulin action, meal planning, and correct insulin dose calculation, but also on delivering the correct dose.

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Read moreSmart Insulin Pens Will Address Critical Unmet Needs for People with Diabebtes Using Insulin
Read More
The use of insulin to manage either type 1 or type 2 diabetes is neither easy nor straightforward. For the 7.4 million Americans using insulin on a daily basis and for individuals starting insulin, personal objectives and circumstances, clinician recommendation, and health plan coverage contribute to the choice of insulin delivery device.
Read moreA novel pen-based Bluetooth-enabled insulin delivery system with insulin dose tracking and advice
Read More
Diabetes is growing in prevalence internationally. As more individuals require insulin as part of their treatment, technology evolves to optimize delivery, improve adherence, and reduce dosing errors.
Read moreSmart Connected Insulin Pens, Caps, and Attachments: A Review of the Future of Diabetes Technology
Read More
The evolution of technologies to manage diabetes has led to improvements in patient adherence, technique, and monitoring. Insulin pens, for example, have distinct advantages over vials and syringes; they allow for more accurate dosing, improved adherence, less injection site pain, and greater patient satisfaction
Read moreSmart Pens Will Improve Insulin Therapy
Read More
Worldwide, pens are the most widely used devices for delivering insulin. This is not surprising given that compared to syringes/vials for insulin administration pens are more convenient, have better dosing accuracy, and are associated with improved adherence and persistence and less hypoglycemia risk.
Read moreDiabetes Technology: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2020
Read More
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) “Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes” includes the ADA’s current clinical practice recommendations and is intended to provide the components of diabetes care, general treatment goals and guidelines, and tools to evaluate quality of care.
Read moreInPen Smart Insulin Pen System: Product Review and User Experience
Read More
Digital health technology, especially digital and health applications (“apps”), have been developing rapidly to help people manage their diabetes.

Give your patients a smarter diabetes management tool.