Low Carb Program achieves DTAC certification from NHS

By Editor
17th November 2021
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Diabetes Digital Media has announced that its Low Carb Program app has successfully passed the Digital Technology Assessment Criteria by NHSx.

The Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) ensures products meet NHS standards in clinical safety, data protection, cyber security, interoperability and accessibility.

These guidelines bring together legislation and recognised good practice into one place, helping the system to assess products quickly and consistently.

Arjun Panesar, Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer of DDM Health, said: “I’m delighted that the Low Carb Program has passed the DTAC.

“It shows our commitment to clinical and technical excellence in achieving our mission of scalable, engaging and effective digital services for people with obesity, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.”

Charlotte Summers, Co-Founder and Chief Operations Office of DDM Health, said: “The DTAC approval is another step to democratising access to the Low Carb Program to support people to achieve prediabetes and type 2 diabetes remission.

“We are grateful to NHSx and look forward to empowering even more people with our services.”

The Low Carb Program is a nutritionally focused, 12-session, digitally delivered, educational behaviour change intervention, typically for glycaemic control and weight loss for adults with prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.

Developed by DDM Health, the behaviour change platform supports people so they can achieve their selected health goals and is tailored to each user, depending on their disease profile, ethnicity, age, gender and location.

To visit the Low Carb Program, click here.

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