The Telehealthcare MarketPlace in Bristol on 23 November  features our CareWatch - which is the latest in telecare /telehealthcare technology. Next to our CareWatch, we'll present Questionnaire, our home safety assessment solution and Obli: prevents dehydration.
The journal of mHealth magazine published an article featuring The CareWatch in October 2017.
Wearables can play an important role in keeping the elderlies safe; this post explains what we do to detect falls, the personal alarm we offer - and, recently announced, how we can remotely monitoring your wellbeing. This article provides some information how we make this work; describing our IT platform.
Posted in Wearables on Sep 15, 2016
FallAlert wearable, detects when a person falls, supports a help button, aimed at elderly people and people afraid of falling. It supports location, temperature and pulse and, when something happens, will share all relevant behaviour with people in their 'health circle'
Our mission is to 'break open' all the fancy, feature rich smart medical and health appliances; making it easier for health care professionals to access patient data, whilst at the same time improving user controls over their data privacy. Device owners must decide where data is stored; not the vendors!