We believe that ultimately all biometric measurements on patients that can be done in the home situation, will be done in the home situation. Hospitals will transform towards delivering only essential care and perform procedures that cannot be transferred into the home situation. The benefits of in-home monitoring and less burdensome measurement technology are evident.
We see that the medical device applications trend towards more remote, long-term patient monitoring and the logical consequence to use less obtrusive, less burdensome measurement technologies. The goal is to have as little influence on a patient’s daily life as possible, combined with a maximum impact on the patient’s life. This can be done by providing optimal data quality for more reliable diagnostic value, reducing the number of failing measurements and lowering external influences that might interfere with the interpretation of the data.
Furthermore, many manufacturers and medical device companies are struggling to comply to Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and meet the different relevant regulatory requirements, such as the IEC 60601-1. We bridge the gap between compliance and the best solutions for wearable health.