- Mobile Community Health Network (2008 – 2011). A mobile community health network based on patient-centered education, incentives, self-determined participation and social influence sponsored by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration Office for the Advancement of Telehealth. Educational programs included generalized health, diabetes and asthma. Detailed report in progress and planned for publication in 2013.
- “Frequent Pattern Management as an Evidence-Based Method for Patient Self-Care in Type 1 Diabetes“, Kevin L. McMahon-2012
- “Automated Diabetes Management Systems”, Kevin L McMahon and Stephen W Ponder, M.D. C.D.E. – Practical Diabetology Volume 30, Number 3
- Integrating an Automated Diabetes Management System into the Family Management of Children with Type 1 Diabetes, T. Toscos, S.W. Ponder, B.J. Anderson, M. Davidson, M. Lee, E. Montemayor-Gonzales, P. Reyes, E. Link, K.L. McMahon (2006 – 2011). A randomized controlled trial published online before print February 1, 2012, doi:10.2337/dc11-1597 Diabetes Care February 1, 2012
- Targeting Blood Glucose Management in School Improves Glycemic Control in Children with Poorly Controlled Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, T. Nguyen, K. Mason, C. Sanders, P. Yazdani and R. Heptula (2004 – 2007). A randomized controlled trial published in The Journal of Pediatrics (October 2008).
- Cluster Analysis of Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose Assessments in Clinical Islet Cell Transplantation for Type 1 Diabetes, Morihito Takita, MD, Shinichi Matsumoto, MD, PHD, Hirofumi Noguchi, MD, PHD, Masayuki Shimoda, MD, PHD, Daisuke Chujo, MD, PHD, Takeshi Itoh, MD, PHD, Koji Sugimoto, MD, PHD, Jeffery A. SoRelle, BS, Nicholas Onaca, MD, Bashoo Naziruddin, PHD and Marlon F. Levy, MD (2004 – 2011). A report published in The Journal Diabetes Care (August 2011) that demonstrates the value of an Automated Diabetes Management System (ADMS) for developing advanced techniques for early identification and prediction of islet graft dysfunction.
- “easySHARE Diabetes in Children & Young People” (2010 – 2011), Bob Young, MD (complete bio at Diabetes UK).
- AT&T Employee Social Networking Pilot (2005 – 2007). A non-randomized controlled trial from a pool of over 6,000 eligible patients. Presented at 67th Annual American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions as part of the Session Beyond Health Care Practitioners – Diabetes Health Care Extenders Chaired by Satish Garg with presentations by Steve Edelman, Mayer Davidson, Lois Janovic and Kevin McMahon. The AT&T data was included in the presentation ”Beyond Websites: Mobile Diagnostics, Rules Engines and Social Networks for Developing ‘SMART’ Patients” delivered by Kevin McMahon.
- Diabetes Social Support Feasibility Pilot Study: Utilizing Mobile Technology and Self-Identified Supporters to Enhance Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose; Brandi Robinson, MPH,1 Douglas Roblin, PhD,1 James Hipkens, MD, PhD,2Suma Vupputuri, PhD, MPH,3 and Kevin McMahon4 [1Kaiser Permanente Georgia; 2The Southeast Permanente Medical Group, Inc.; 3Kaiser Permanente; 4Diabetech], (2008 – 2010). The purpose of this pilot study was to demonstrate the feasibility and usability of mobile technology and the potential added value of social support to improve SMBG frequency and glycemic control among adults with type 2 diabetes. Selected for Poster Presentation at the 16th Annual HMO Research Network Conference in Austin, Texas.
- Texas Medicaid Adult Type 2 Diabetes Pilot (2009 – 2011). A randomized controlled trial from a pool of over 1,500 eligible patients.
- Mobile Community Health Network – Diabetes in Pregnancy Subset (2008 – 2011). A mobile community health network based on patient-centered education, self-determined participation and social influence sponsored by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration Office for the Advancement of Telehealth. Detailed report in progress and planned for publication in 2013.
- “easySHARE Diabetes in Pregnancy” (2010 – 2011), Bob Young, MD (complete bio at Diabetes UK).
HRSA/Office for the Advancement of Telehealth; Community Health Networks for Diabetes & Asthma – Competitive Grant Award (2009 – 2012)
Mobile Health Expo Recognition Award (2010)
Morris R. Lichtenstein Medical Research Foundation: Insights to Mobile Health Grant Award (2006 – 2010)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Racial Disparities Grant Program Finalist (2006)
USDA Telemedicine Infrastructure Competitive Grant Award (2005 – 2006)
Frost & Sullivan Patiet Monitoring Award – Niche Competitor of the Year 2004
“Six Pillars of Diabetes Management” – Poster Presentation at Diabetes Technology Meeting 2003
World’s First End to End Wireless Diabetes Management System (GlucoMON-ADMS) December 20, 2002