iHealth Launches Healthcare Device for Digitally Excluded

Published By : 08 Sep 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Technology has been invading every sphere of life. Apart from making our lives simpler than ever before, technology has also forayed in the healthcare sector to promote better health and wellness among people. The innovation of the latest healthcare devices and monitors that help to track different aspects about your health and health habits is a testament of how technology is aiding in the evolution of the healthcare sector. 

The technology for healthcare sector is becoming more dynamic with each passing day. Health trackers presently available in the market are not completely digitally savvy and they are bound by the one thing – the trackers need to be connected to your smartphones. 

At IFA 2015, iHealth decided to give an edge to the available healthcare monitor and devices in the market, hence it created the iHealth Track. The device will be among the first medical devices in the market to be digital enabled, said Uwe Diegel, the firm’s CEO. 

Not all people buying healthcare products need them, said Diegel, who also added that the old ladies do not use Apple store to keep a track of their blood pressure and diabetes. In fact they keep going back to the pharmacy. 

iHealth Track has a monitor that displays the blood pressure information. Diegel said while connectivity was an additional feature of the device, it still provides an option to the patients to sync information store on their devices to tablets or mobile phones via the free application called iHeath MyVitals. 

iHeath MyVitals is also available on Google Play and Apple Store. 

Diegel said that the company wanted to make devices for those who really needed it, and for those who usually are not aware about how to connect it with accompanying digital devices. 

The device will be available in the market by the end of 2015.

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