Wave Clinical Platform is the work of ExcelMedical and is a system that monitors patients' vital signs, sending alerts that warn of potentially fatal heart attacks or respiratory failure up to six hours before a patient suffers such an event.
Smaller, smarter, more efficient and prettier…. Wearables are becoming increasingly more popular. Where first only sport fanatics and early tech adopters were interested, we now see that the high tech wearable devices become more common and accepted.
A study released in October 2017 found EHR (electronic health records) use has been listed as a contributing factor to patient injury at an increased rate over the past decade. Poorly-designed EHR systems combined with human error have resulted in patient safety problems in an increasing number of malpractice claims from 2007-2016.
The health system has developed AI-based algorithms used on its more than 27 petabytes of data to define patient subpopulations — those with congestive heart failure or asthma, for instance — to target interventions to those groups. It’s developed algorithms using electronic health record data to predict patient decline in hospitals.
Recent innovations from global device makers like Abbott to smaller specialists such as Nevro Corp. made the implants more powerful and effective. Combined with a national crackdown on narcotics and wanton pain pill prescriptions, they are spurring demand for implants.
The first portable bionic hand restores the sense of touch in people who lost their limbs. Although the hand is still a prototype, we're one step closer to the day when a fully natural, sensorized prosthesis will be available.
The movement within the wearable market is very clear. Demand makes that wearables are becoming less expensive and increasingly commoditized. Just better sensors are now no longer enough. Wearables need to be smarter and more useful. They need to analyze multiple data at once, or so to say, be more holistic. To do so, many wearable makers all over the world are focusing on AI-powered devices.
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