Real-time data from apps and wearables helps create a holistic perspective of a patient's health. This longitudinal data provides more context to their social and behavioural patterns outside of the clinical environment. This data from devices can also be used for remotely monitoring patients allowing providers to track vitals and prevent adverse events.
Promote healthy lifestyle changes by using data from wearables to create personalised wellness programs that encourage positive lifestyle changes. Increase participation and adoption in your corporate wellness initiatives by allowing user to contribute their activity data from a device of their choice rewarding them for healthy behaviour.
Health data from consumer health devices and apps can drive your engagement programs with better data insights and help create better health outcomes. You can identify members that are high risk and those with early signs of chronic conditions allowing you mitigate risk across your insured population.
You can remotely collect data from participants in clinical trials meaning fewer in-person visits and less manual tracking. Access to real-time data provides researchers the ability to make amendments to protocols and better decisions based on how participants are reacting to a drug. Early signals can also be detected to help identify drug efficacy for specific subsets of the study population.
We support integration with several popular health devices and apps such as Fitbit, Withings, Apple Health, Oura Ring, Google Fit, Garmin, iHealth, Omron, Polar and others.
You can use our cloud based API or we can help you implement our prebuilt integration libraries into your environment / app directly.
We have over 10 years experience in developing digital health offerings and can help guide your strategy as well as delivery.
HealthStream now supports Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and Medical Concept detection via our new Vision API. You can now upload images containing text (prescriptions, medical notes, readings from non connected devices) and the API will return the text from the image along with all associated medical concepts (classification of text).