Empowering Remote Patient Monitoring Direct-to-Cloud Medical IoT
Empowering Connected Care
Global Medical IOT Infrastructure
Empowering Remote Patient Monitoring
Direct-to-Cloud Medical IoT
We Radically Simplify the Integration of PGHD into Clinical Systems
The healthcare sector is facing challenges from the rise of chronic conditions and an aging population. In a highly-regulated and fragmented industry, integrating Patient-Generated Health Data (PGHD) into clinical systems remains a major challenge for healthcare providers, pharma and CROs. Medisanté's ability to harness digital disruption eases the strain for care teams, bio-medical engineers, and patients at the same time. Easy always wins!
We Leverage Global Techto ScaleRemote Patient Monitoring
Medisanté combines the best of global tech to integrate anonymous patient-generated data from various medical IoT devices to any clinical systems under proven healthcare compliance and privacy.
Once the care team has assigned a device to a patient in their clinical system, they are all-set to scale Remote Patient Monitoring while the patient is freed from the Bluetooth/WiFi hassle.
Care teams are
from their patients at home.
care teams with remote patients through direct-to-cloud IoT.
In-person care is
with an aging population.
Remote Patient Monitoring for chronic patients.
Care teams have
in personal health devices/apps.
by putting care teams in the driver's seat.
Simplifying integration of PGHD into Clinical Systems
With Medisanté, integrating device-readings (blood pressure, blood glucose, weight, …) from remote patients into a clinical system has never been so easy. Once the care team has assigned a cellular device within its clinical system, no Bluetooth/Wi-Fi pairing is required to transmit back the readings. Thanks to global tech.
Medisanté offers a full suite of medical IoT solutions:
A wealth of connected devices with mobile apps, mostly in the well-being area, already connect consumers to their health. But, this patient-generated health data (PGHD) is not available to their caregivers and is stored in global clouds. Therefore, caregivers cannot react in a timely manner if vital signs of a remote diabetic or hypertensive patient deteriorate and this may result in costly hospital readmissions. Today, the expertise of caregivers only applies when patients visit them; it does not extend beyond the 4 walls of their care center. Status quo is not an option in the digital age.