Your ally in optimising patient-centred diabetes care
ALLY Diabetes Management System consists of ALLY Local for GP Practices and Community Diabetes Teams, and ALLY Home for patients.
ALLY enables the sharing of data for easier patient-orientated diabetes management. The system allows HCPs to effortlessly download blood glucose readings and enter other health information, enabling a more efficient remote management of patients.
If you are a patient and would like more information about ALLY Home, please visit the ALLY Home page.Learn about ALLY Home
ALLY Local is a cloud-based Diabetes Management System with many easy to use features. Diabetes care teams have the ability to view and analyse blood glucose results from a patient’s JAZZ and JAZZ WIRELESS meters.
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Prioritise patients with the Telehealth Patient Status List. This list gives an overview of all patients with a telehealth connection highlighting situations that may require immediate attention.
The Patient Dashboard provides an instant overview of the current status of an individual patient. Data is summarised across a selection of tiles highlighting highs, lows and averages over a chosen period.
An electronic version of the familiar logbook displays a patient’s blood glucose results by date and time and highlights the highs and lows. Meal and fasting tags can be assigned to each blood glucose result providing HCPs with more accurate information.
Daily Trend shows blood glucose results, carbohydrate intake, insulin and any other medication that has been manually input or downloaded into ALLY. This graph is extremely useful to help analyse a patient's overall diabetes management.
The Modal Day graph shows the patient's average blood glucose results over multiple 24 hour periods, and highlights each hypoglycaemic or hyperglycaemic event. This information assists HCPs in determining patterns of daily blood glucose results.
The Modal Week graph shows the variation in the patient's blood glucose results for each day of the week. This information assists HCPs in determining patterns of weekly blood glucose results.
The Modal Meals graph shows the variation in the patient's blood glucose results for each meal group over a chosen time period. This information assists HCPs in determining patterns of blood glucose control related to meal times.
The system allows the HCP and patient to communicate non-urgent messages to each other. This function can be particularly useful for remote monitoring and keeping up-to-date with individual patients.
Easily input, edit and store a patient’s recent and past medical history. This module is split into four sections:
Record, store and monitor patients’ test results. This page displays a tabular and graphical representation that enables the HCP to identify changes in a condition and optimise therapy decisions.
The list of tests are split into Static Tests (Including Standard, Lipid, Renal and Urine) and Dynamic Tests (GTT) to enable easy management of common test results associated with diabetes.
The Treatment module enables the HCP to record and store data within the following 5 areas:
The Statistics module enables the HCP to select and filter data sets of their choice for their patient population. This powerful reporting mechanism has multiple possibilities enabling HCPs to download reports and graphs within chosen criteria.
Reports can be exported and archived.
If you would like a demonstration or more information on the ALLY Diabetes Management System please contact our Customer Care team on 0800 093 1812 or email email@example.com.
Patients are able to seamlessly transfer data from the JAZZ WIRELESS meter to the ADM app, which after connecting automatically sends data to the ALLY system. To create a telehealth connection between the Diabetes Team and the patient, the HCP sends an invitation to the patient from ALLY Local.
Blood glucose readings from the WaveSense JAZZ meter can be transferred to a laptop or PC using the free of charge AgaMatrix Cable. To create a telehealth connection between the Diabetes Team and the patient, the HCP sends an invitation to the patient from ALLY Local.