The Western Diabetes Institute at Pomona, Calif.-based Western University of Health Sciences is collaborating with the National Health Service Scotland to enhance the visualization, personalization, and communication of diabetes patients’ health conditions.

WDI is working with NHS Scotland to implement a modified version of the Diabetes Cross-Disciplinary Index (DXDI) health scorecard into the Scottish Care Information-Diabetes Collaboration (SCI-DC) platform. SCI-DC is Scotland’s national suite of information technology products, designed to provide a single, efficient, cost-effective, and up-to-date system that underpins the care delivered throughout NHS Scotland’s Managed Clinical Networks to the country’s more than 275,000 residents diagnosed with diabetes.

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