June 26, 2022
software for wearables
software for wearables

The solution includes a cloud server that receives data from wearable devices through gateways and firewalls. The cloud server contains the data storage, processing and analysis models and hosts the business logic and control applications of the solution. The solution also has a user interface for patients, clinicians, medical device technicians and administrators to help them access data collected and analyzed by the wearable and send commands to the wearable device (eg to initiate pain management).

In a similar project, Science Soft’s medical IT team integrates an IoT solution with EHR to provide a comprehensive view of a patient’s medical history (chronic conditions, allergies, etc.).

health monitoring

With medical wearables, medical staff can monitor patients’ health in real time and use the collected information to adjust disease management plans in a timely manner. Patients benefit from using a wearable solution by tracking their health parameters and requesting a consultation if the solution exhibits striking patterns in these parameters.

How software for medical wearables works: A wearable patient monitoring device (eg a blood glucose meter) collects data related to a patient’s condition (eg blood glucose level) and sends it to the medical software cloud server. Anonymized patient data is processed and analyzed to identify patterns within it. The identified patterns along with the source data can be used by doctors and patients in their respective user applications to help track a patient’s health status, improve treatment, and promote disease self-management.

Medical wearables treat chronic disease symptoms (eg pain, high blood sugar) and help maintain patient health, automatically accumulating data on wearable-assisted therapy delivery for physician review.

How software for medical wearables works: Wearable patient care devices can be implanted (eg, an implantable defibrillator) or attached to the skin (eg, an insulin pump). Treatment delivery can be triggered by the patient through a user application or automatically by the solution indicating a need for treatment due to analysis of patient data from a connected diagnostic device. Care data is available in the Patient Care Delivery Report in the Provider App.