CAESAREA, Israel, Nov. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- DarioHealth Corp. (NASDAQ: DRIO), a leading global digital health company with mobile health and big data solutions, announced today that the Dario Blood Glucose Monitor has been included in Best Buy's growing portfolio of digital healthcare services and products.
The Dario Blood Glucose Monitor is part of DarioHealth's complete platform, which includes the Dario App and DarioEngage patient management system.
"We are excited to offer the DarioHealth digital diabetes solution through one of America's premier technology retailers. Digital technology is advancing healthcare through continuous, real time monitoring and data. Best Buy has been visionary in moving into the healthcare space and we are pleased to partner with them. Together, we look forward to expanding our collaboration into offering remote patient monitoring and other service-based offerings," stated Erez Raphael, Chief Executive Officer of DarioHealth.
About DarioHealth Corp.
DarioHealth Corp. (NASDAQ: DRIO) is a leading global digital health company serving its users with dynamic mobile health solutions. In today's day and age, knowledge of health and treatment is being democratized, and we believe people deserve to know everything about their own health and have the best tools to manage their condition. DarioHealth employs a revolutionary approach whereby harnessing big data, we have developed a novel method for chronic disease data management, empowering people to analyze and personalize self-diabetes management in a totally new way without having the disease slow them down. DarioHealth has a commercial office in New York with an R&D center in Caesarea, Israel. For more information, visit http://mydario.investorroom.com/.
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