Exhibiting at this year’s Wearable Technology Show is DataArt a global technology consultancy. At the event, taking place in London from 7th-8th March, the healthcare and life sciences practice will present a variety of concept apps, including its award winning Care Companion, while the IoT Practice will demonstrate solutions built within DeviceHive and Alexa ecosystems and device cloud-enablement.
The Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice will demo the following concept apps:
Care Companion, is built with multiple interfaces to ensure the highest level of engagement with patients of all ages. Configurable for any condition, this concept app is designed to educate patients and their families about their medical condition and to capture patient information entered into the system both manually and from medical devices by means of camera and computer vision technology.
The solution consists of two interconnected applications: one of which is designed for children and the other for children’s parents. All data captured on a child’s device is sent to and available on the parents’ devices.
This concept is also an invaluable tracking tool in clinical trials, as all information, captured by the application from the patients participating in the trial, is available to the doctors and study team for statistical analysis through their own applications.
The rewards for adhering to the clinical trial protocol or a treatment plan and the user interface itself act as positive behaviour support system and create an engaging experience. DataArt is currently developing the telehealth interface to guide women through pregnancy and enable telecommunication with the doctor.
Live Longer is an application that helps to predict one’s life expectancy, based on scientific analysis of various statistical data including age, gender, marital status, income, education, fitness habits and alcohol consumption. The goal is to help people adopt new behaviours linked with longevity.
Investigator Site Engagement Platform
This web platform focuses on improving patient retention, protocol adherence and other key performance indicators within the clinical trial through improved investigator site engagement. The platform offers new ways to engage and motivate investigators and maintain the sponsor/site relationship during and between trials. Intelligently designed gamification allows investigators to see how well they are adhering to the protocol and provides the most engaged investigators with additional functionality that is of specific interest to them.
The equipment tracker improves the efficiency of the medical equipment use in the hospitals, by allowing required equipment to be instantly found and by tracking its availability.
Roman Chernyshev, SVP at Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice, will be at booth #B105. Julie Petla, Senior Advisor in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice, will be participating on the ‘New Opportunities within Digital Healthcare’ panel on March 7th at 10.35am. The panel will focus on the future of digital healthcare, opportunities, roadblocks and ways to overcome them.