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What’s behind HealthSuite

 

The HealthSuite cloud securely stores all the health data that can be analyzed to provide useful insights to individuals and care professionals. Keeping all health data together in one place, it enables holistic digital health records, so that anyone caring for a person has all the information they need, wherever they may be and whenever they need it.

 

Health data can be collected, compiled and analyzed from many hundreds of different types of apps, devices and sensors ranging from medical systems (such as imaging scans) and electronic medical records (EMRs) to wearables and apps connected to mobile devices. Examples include portable heart rhythm sensors, blood glucose monitors, health and fitness trackers, smart watches, and connected consumer and health systems products from Philips such as:

 
 
Through analytics and algorithms this data can deliver predictive, personalized insights, for example to help motivate healthy behavior through digital coaching, and to support healthcare professionals in making clinical decisions or alert medical teams to potential problems.  

 

 

Case Studies

New solutions for a chronic condition

Care providers at Radboud university medical center in Nijmegen, Netherlands, were looking for a way to better manage care for their patients with chronic conditions, and saw potential in the growth of mobile devices and wireless technology.

 

Teaming up with Radboud, we developed a prototype solution for continuously monitoring COPD patients, including at home. The solution collects patient vital signs from a wearable sensor as well as feedback the patient enters directly into the eCareCompanion mobile application.

 

The information is tracked and compiled in the HealthSuite digital cloud. Care providers can monitor a patient’s condition while they are home and make adjustments in care as needed. Meanwhile, the patient has access to the same data, giving them greater insight into their own condition.

 

Care providers at Radboud university medical center in Nijmegen, Netherlands, were looking for a way to better manage care for their patients with chronic conditions, and saw potential in the growth of mobile devices and wireless technology.

 

Teaming up with Radboud, we developed a prototype solution for continuously monitoring COPD patients, including while they were at home. The solution collects patient vital signs from a wearable sensor as well as feedback the patient enters directly into the eCareCompanion mobile application.

 

The information is tracked and compiled in the HealthSuite digital cloud. Care providers can monitor a patient’s condition while they are home and make adjustments in care as needed. Meanwhile, the patient has access to the same data, giving them greater insight into their own condition.

 

See the story below.

Easing the burden of type 1 diabetes

Easing the burden of type 1 diabetes

 

Hear how living with type 1 diabetes affects the life of one young woman, and what our prototype envisions to help her and others who are managing the condition every day.

Connecting care from the hospital room to the living room

Giving patients access to their own data, and being able to share it with their family and care-team, is an exciting new reality in connected care.
Between doctor visits, the patient’s health measurements are captured by the sensor and tracked by the app.

Meanwhile, the clinician has access to the same data, so providers can make adjustments to treatment between visits.

Patients can easily share their data with specialists and family, so everyone involved in their care has a complete picture of their condition.

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