News and Informations
Biofourmis Collaborates with Brigham and Women’s Hospital to Improve Patient Home Care
Biofourmis, a Singapore-based health analytics platform, has entered into a collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, US to co-develop improvements to their proprietary analytics engine, Biovitals™ for Brigham’s Home Hospital Programme.Read More
Mundipharma and Biofourmis join forces to Revolutionise Pain Measurement and Management!
Leveraging on our biovitals™ analytics engine, painfocus™ uses advanced machine learning that combines multiple physiology biomarkers captured using wearable devices to calculate the presence and severity of pain, enabling clinicians to personalize treatment and manage their patients.Read More
Specialized Analytics to Support Clinical Trial Endpoints
We will be sharing on the topic “Specialized Analytics to Support Clinical Trial Endpoints”Read More
Tackling health problems using AI: Why data analytics will play a big role in healthcare.
Our COO Karen Wai will be speaking at Echelon Asia Summit 2018 on the Topic: “Tackling health problems using AI: Why data analytics will play a big role in healthcare.”Read More
What Our Clients Say
The partnership will perform sophisticated analysis and modelling using biovitals™ to understand the architecture of these measured vital signs in Singapore residents. It enables deep multifaceted analytics of human physiology data.
- Dr. Yeo Khung KeongCardiologist, National Heart Center Singapore
Impressed with the results of biovitals™. I think it can be a great add to one’s practice helping to make proper diagnosis for offsite patients at home!
- Dr. F. C. Rust TheronPhysician, Mediclinic
I can now remotely monitor my high-risk cardiac patients and the predictive engine is enabling me to automatically assess patient health deterioration to prevent avoidable readmissions.
- Dr. Kelvin WongCardiologist, Changi General Hospital
Data analytics is a key way in which we find opportunities in a digital future. Collaborations with local tech companies such as Biofourmis are a good example of tackling real world healthcare challenges to deepen tech capabilities that both help the local tech ecosystem as well as enable potential transformations in the healthcare sector.