30 Aug

Open Source @ GEThealth.io

We believe the Open Source movement is the biggest breakthrough in software development. Open Source is allowing many projects to unreachable standards for any enterprise. At gethealth.io we are also using vary open source projects and libraries. While using them we needed to extend and add more functionalities....

23 Aug

Roundup: Wearables @ Rio Olympics 2016

Wearable devices changed the way athletes train. Olympians have started using data collected by wearables which makes the sports more interesting. These devices are protecting athlete’s health and protecting them from serious injuries. The wearables are making them much better, faster and stronger. 1.  Solos: The indoor cycling...

09 Aug

What are Wearable Reported Outcomes (WRO)?

Wearable Reported Outcomes (or WRO) are patient outcomes based on data collected from wearables for a clinical study as opposed to study participants self reporting their data (in ePRO systems). WRO enable fundamentally a new class of clinical studies where the data from participants is collected...

25 Jul

Wearable Devices Roundup: Cefaly-II, T-band,JAGUAR’S R4 300, Wearable Payments Devices, Wearable Heating Systems

1. Migraine Control Wearable: Cefaly Technology relaunches Rx-only Cefaly Technology on Monday relanuched its "wearable" for the treatment of migraines after undergoing a massive makeover, the company announced. Cefaly I, which gained popularity for its unique headband-like shape, is now three-quarters its size, fits in the palm of a...