[icon name=”fa-eye” class=”fa-2x pull-left”]Diabetes is a prevalent, chronic condition that is costly in terms of human suffering and global healthcare spending. It is often associated with a variety of other chronic diseases. On average, people with diabetes make up to 180 decisions about their health every day, collecting and evaluating valuable information on personal and medical factors from blood sugar levels to exercise to food choices. The care team of people living with diabetes can add up to more than 10 different types of care providers. This makes living with diabetes complex to self-manage and for many also very stressful.