The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI

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The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI

In southeast England, patients discharged from a group of hospitals serving 500,000 people are being fitted with a Wi-Fi-enabled armband that remotely monitors vital signs such as respiratory rate, oxygen...

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A machine learning device, meant to monitor the chronically ill, moves into homes

“A wearable device that uses machine learning to remotely track and analyze multiple vital signs has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, expanding the scope of home monitoring systems...

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The AI-powered patient monitoring solution

“What makes it special? Current (formerly snap40) monitors the human body in real-time using its wearable device, with accuracy equivalent to ICU monitoring. Using this real-time data, the company’s...

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This NHS wearable knows when you’re getting sick and alerts your doctor

“This wearable device, which is strapped to a patient’s arm and continuously collects data, will be trialled by two UK hospitals in the coming months. Created by the Scotland-based Current...

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Edinburgh tech firm Current (formerly snap40) wins £1m NHS contract

“An Edinburgh tech firm has won a £1m healthcare development contract from NHS England. Current (formerly snap40) uses a predictive analytics software platform to identify, in real-time, those whose...

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Current (formerly snap40) raises $8M for its AI-powered patient monitoring solution

“Originally launched as a clinical pilot in August 2016, the Current (formerly snap40) hardware and software platform initially set out to enable hospitals to monitor patients whose health is at risk...

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