What are the problems we are solving today

Many manufacturers already have powerful and reliable sensory devices in the market today. Through the use of our technology, those devices can be adapted to act as data collection devices, leveraging standardized software stacks, and fully supporting interoperability.

We are talking about extending an entire device ecosystem that spreads from specialized hardware for critical environments to TV set-top boxes to include health monitoring capabilities in cooperation with healthcare providers.
To accomplish this, devices, both data aggregators and sensory systems, must use a unified standard communication protocol and messaging system for interoperability, and collected data must be transmitted in a standardized format to remote health management backends in a secure and timely fashion.

While these protocols exist today, implementing these in compliance with said standards and to meet certification requirements presents a substantial entry barrier resulting in high costs of engineering, certification, and time-to-market.
Caresans technologies represent building blocks which may be utilized to substantially reduce these barriers through the use of pre-tested, pre-certified software and hardware modules which are designed to reduce engineering and certification costs, resulting in reduced time-to-market, enabling the adoption of these critical technologies in both existing and new devices.

Telecare & Telehealth

Telecare is about lifestyle allowing patients the convenience of staying independent. The ability to monitor our health is ever expanding; from fitness devices tracking our daily activities, to medical devices which allow for a convenient way to monitor vital signs.

Telehealth addresses the delivery of information to healthcare professionals enabling patients and professionals to communicate and act on the the metrics being collected by telecare devices.

The ability for healthcare providers to interpret and make use of the information being provided is a crucial step for not only curative but also preventative responses. Handling the massive amounts of information and data points becomes increasingly challenging, as technologies need to assist healthcare providers in identifying critical and meaningful data from the vast amounts of data being collected. This further signifies the need for standardization and interoperability of these devices.

Backend Data Collection (Device to Datacenter)

Backend infrastructure is comprised of Electronic Health Rrecords (EHRs) and are managed through enterprise systems to correlate records and other relevant patient information. These records are shared through Health Information Exchange Networks to allow healthcare professionals to access patient data.

As part of this complex ecosystem, field devices, which may be deployed locally or remotely, must be managed from a back-end integration perspective:

  • manage device registration, configuration, and device status
  • to receive messages that includes patients informations and sensory data
  • manage and distribute software updates

Our products allow for pluggable, multi-platform management, and device to datacenter integration, though industry tested, standardized technologies.

Embedded Devices

We build reference hardware platforms that incorporate our software technologies allowing for faster adoption and time-to-market for interested customers. These platforms range from medical data aggregators to wearable computing platforms.