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Would you wear a device on your wrist that was very obviously part of your healthcare plan? Probably not. You would probably prefer an unobtrusive wearable that gave nothing away, while enabling the service you and your healthcare provider want. Read more about how the mSafety design team overcame the challenges to create the kind of connected health monitoring device you would be happy to wear.
A health initiative in southern Sweden is using Sony’s mSafety to help improve the independence and quality of life of patients who’ve had kidney transplants. The overall goal of the project is to evaluate the use of IoT tools in the healthcare context. Read the article to find out more.
As a provider of remote monitoring services on wearable devices, you need to keep track of your whole fleet and ensure its firmware is always up to date. To make device management and software updates as easy and straightforward as possible, Sony’s mSafety platform provides firmware-over-the-air (FOTA). Find out more about the value of FOTA in mSafety here.
Clinical trials have long been plagued by low participation, poor compliance and high drop-out rates. Even when volunteers sign up, they don’t always manage to take the medication as prescribed, attend regular appointments or report accurately on their health status. Here, we highlight the main causes of non-compliance and describe how mSafety, Sony’s remote monitoring platform, helps you resolve them.
Combining a purpose-built device with a solid back-end solution, the mSafety platform allows companies interested in remote monitoring to develop their own mobile health and safety IoT services. And that is exactly what the Irish enterprise software development company, 8 West Consulting, has done. In fact, they have created a whole suite of applications based on Sony’s customisable, connected 4G/5G wearable platform, to help keep people safe.
On December 3rd, 2020, mSafety’s Arnol Rios (Head of Sales & Business Development, Takeoff Point, a Sony company) gave a presentation for WT | Wearable Technologies Studio on the topic: ‘What makes Sony’s mSafety solution unique?’ We’ve summarised the main points from Arnol’s presentation here and included a link to the video for you to watch.
Sony’s mSafety solution enables clinical and pharmaceutical researchers to create customised applications for trial protocols and monitor participants remotely. This easy-to-use connected wearable and reliable back-end solution ensure seamless bi-directional data flows – making mSafety a powerful tool for monitoring compliance and verification of participants’ responses to treatment.
In 2016, Senior Researcher Claes Nilsson pitched an idea for a new diabetes app in a competition organised by the Sony Startup Acceleration Program (SSAP). His idea won the competition and was successfully incubated by Sony.
In a recent article, Ericsson explains the symbiosis between Sony’s intelligent connected services and the communication technologies that power them. Read a summary of the article and learn more about two Sony services that leverage cellular connectivity and cloud management to provide a great user experience.
COVID-19-related deaths in senior care facilities have outpaced those in all other settings, which means that more and more people now choose and, in some cases, have no choice but to care for their elderly at home. In an article published in MedCity News, mSafety’s Arnol Rios considers how the latest innovations in wearable technologies and IoT can help caregivers address the challenges of providing cost-efficient easy-to-manage home-based care.
Chronic conditions cost the U.S. healthcare system $3.1 trillion dollars in 2019, and the burden of ongoing treatment and compliance impacts patients and providers alike. A recent mSafety study shows that U.S. consumers would be interested in using more remote health monitoring devices. Find out what else we learnt from our survey.
What hurdles and decisions await new market entrants?
In an effort to minimise the risk of contamination from COVID-19 and to step in early when it strikes, health tech providers around the world are looking to virtual care solutions such as connected wearables. Suitable for healthy as well as at-risk individuals, they offer unobtrusive remote monitoring to keep people safe without the need for face-to-face contact. But developing such an offer is not simple. Our US expert outlines the challenges for companies looking to enter this increasingly competitive market.
COVID-19 is making health providers think differently about the use of remote monitoring services. It is challenging the idea that such services are only relevant for the elderly or those living with chronic conditions. And it is shining a light on the need for early detection – not only for use in triage by healthcare providers, but also to avoid further spreading of the virus.
When we emerge from the corona pandemic the business landscape will have changed. We can expect a restructuring of supply chains, greater localisation, more automation and a shift in the balance between human capital and artificial intelligence. In order to prosper, companies will need to do things differently. What can they do now to become more ‘future-fit’?
Intended for users with an active lifestyle, the mSafety wearable device is designed to withstand the toughest conditions. Recently, our experts tested it for adherence to global Sony quality standards. Here we outline a few or the many standard tests conducted on the device.