Mobile Health (or mHealth) refers to the practice of medicine and public health via mobile devices. mHealth solutions include mobile apps and mobile devices such as wearables that facilitate remote monitoring and data collection, improve clinical outcomes, deliver disease-related education, support behavioral change intervention, and maintain contact-tracking. According to research from security company Zingbox, US hospitals have roughly 10 to 15 million medical devices in activity today, with an average of 10 to 15 connected medical devices per patient bed.
In this webinar, NowSecure Chief Mobility Officer Brian Reed and Voler Systems President Walt Maclay will explore some of the bigger trends in Mobile Health.
Our latest Customer Showcase Series features G-Tech Medical and Anand Navalgund, Director of Clinical Science. Over 40 million patients visit gastroenterologists for GI conditions every year. Current options for assessing gastrointestinal activity to evaluate motility disorders are inadequate, so G-Tech Medical decided to develop a disruptive technology to address this need.
They call it “an EKG for the gut!”
Hear about G-Tech’s revolutionary wearable patch system, and also about their collaboration with Voler Systems around the patch design, the hardware and the cybersecurity testing, the various stages of FDA approvals, and more.
The wearable device market is stronger than ever. Innovations continue to push the boundaries of what this technology can do. From consumer electronics that awe to medical devices poised to continue shaping healthcare, there's plenty of room to throw your hat into the ring.
But what makes an exemplary wearable device design?
Voler has helped many premier clients turn product ideas into reality. Whether you’re looking for Wearable Technology, Circuit Design, Electronic Design, Wireless, Sensors, Software and Firmware, Motion Control, or FPGA Development, Voler can help you identify risks while keeping the projects on-time, on budget, and easy to manufacture.