AtlantiCare’s MEET ME @ 7 App for iPhone®
Save time and stay on track with your diabetes management goals
If you’re living with diabetes, you know that there’s a lot of information to keep track of – food intake, weight, and blood sugar levels, among other things. The good news is, with proper management, you can help minimize the impact of this disease on your health. The MEET ME @ 7 mobile app from AtlantiCare is an easy-to-use self-management tool for people living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
Developed by AtlantiCare’s diabetes education team, this free app can help you:
- Save time measuring and recording blood sugar levels
- Measure and record medications, carbohydrates, activity, and other important labs
- Stay on track to meet management goals
- Share important information with your healthcare team
What’s your zone?
MEET ME @ 7 helps you keep track of your diabetes “zones” for blood sugar, diet, exercise, medications, and physical symptoms.
- Green Zone – Great control! Keep up the good work.
- Yellow Zone – Caution! Inform your healthcare team at your next visit.
- Red Zone – Emergency! Take action now (or when?). Call your provider.
What does MEET ME @ 7 stand for?
Monitor your blood sugar every day, or as advised by your healthcare provider.
Eat a healthy, balanced diet and read food labels.
Exercise and be active.
Treat your blood sugar.
Medication adherence is vital.
Evaluate yourself from head to toe.
@7 = an A1C of less than 7% (or a goal set by your healthcare team)
Notable features include
- Red, yellow, and green zones provide feedback on data entered.
- Comprehensive diabetes log (blood sugar value, event tags, activity, and carbohydrates) with ability to share 7-day, 30-day or 90-day log via e-mail with healthcare team.
- Additional trackers include blood pressure, A1C, LDL cholesterol, and weight.
- Create and manage SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound goals.
- Medication reminders/alerts.
- Education and information to help you
- Understand how diabetes affects the body.
- Know signs and symptoms of high and low blood sugar.
- Take action to manage out-of-range values.
- Understand the care schedule for diabetes.