By: Mohamed Elawad
It has been designed for medical device and healthcare monitoring companies seeking to quickly release an end-to-end customized and reliable solution.
Companies will be able to brand and market the HealthGO for themselves.
According to Berg Insight, only 2.2million patients worldwide were using home monitoring systems based on equipment with integrated connectivity while there are 200 million in the EU and US who suffer from one or several diseases where home monitoring can be used as a treatment option.
The platform aims to increase the patient quality of life and quality of care through accurate and focused medical home-based monitoring. HealthGO monitors are complete and customizable and come with vital sign monitoring, USB and Bluetooth peripheral interfaces, embedded Blood Pressure monitor (optional on HealthGO+), touch-screen, embedded microphone and speaker, disease management possibilities, capability to display information, messages, weather or heath education tutorials.
Both the firmware and the hardware of the HealthGO are customizable by the client. An API is available for in-house development of the client applications and graphical user interface and the casing can be modified to fit client requirements.
“With the Freescale HHH reference platform, we created a solution designed to securely connect millions of patients to their caregivers. We will now offer the only customizable technology platform for remote patient monitoring. We are proud to partner with Freescale because they are committed to help people live a better life by driving innovation and enabling medical device manufacturers to leverage the latest technology available to use for their products,” said Marc Berrebi, CEO of eDevice.
“eDevice is providing the remote monitoring market a standard, flexible and affordable platform to fulfill patients’ needs. Together with our experience in embedded, sensing, and wireless technologies and eDevices market expertise, we will help improve the lives of patients worldwide,” said Steven Dean, Freescale’s Director of Medical Marketing.