Heart Failure is one of the most challenging and complex conditions for healthcare organizations to manage.
With prevalence of heart failure along with co-morbidities, patients struggle to manage their condition and adhere to their disease management regime.
Clinicians and care teams do not have timeline information about patients’ decompensation and lack tools to better manage them.
1 in 4 heart failure patients aged over 65 years are re-hospitalized within 30-days accounting to the overall global cost of heart failure to more than 108 billion annually1.
1. Cook C, Cole G, Asaria P, Jabbour R, Francis DP. The annual global economic burden of heart failure. Int J Cardiol. 2014;171(3):368-376.
BiovitalsHF™ is sensor agnostic. It is compatible with over 10
clinically-validated, FDA cleared and Medical CE marked
wearable biosensors with various form-factors to capture
raw-biosensor data and uses advanced analytics to derive
multiple physiology biomarkers.
BiovitalsHF™ mobile app incorporates a great user experience
to actively and passively capture Patient Reported Data.
It then uses powerful analytics to provide personalized insights
and help patients identify triggers and symptoms,
all of which will help them manage their medication regimes and
securely communicate with their caregivers.
Biovitals™ Analytics Engine
An AI-empowered personalized health analytics platform that
optimizes engagement and uses physiology to predict heart
failure exacerbation days before a critical event.
Leveraging robust physiology and biopsychological analytics to
identify deviating/contributing factors along with rules and deep
content to generate personalized insights.
Enabling personalized triggers and recommendations to
empower patients to take control of their condition and helping
clinicians monitor the effects of therapy and provide personalized care.
A web-based dashboard with comparative views and alerts in the event of decompensated heart failure to enable proactive intervention. The web-based panel can be integrated with leading EMRs.
Weekly/monthly reports for clinicians with detailed patient insights, which include physiology trends, triggers, and medication adherence thereby enabling more quality and meaningful Intervention.
Ability to include 24/7, 3rd party care team support with appropriate dynamic care pathways to enhance and drive engagement and empower patient’s to better manage their conditions.