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What's happening in with the administration and then and then national health.
This discourse that's going on these days the coalition of health and tech technology companies we -- joined by -- partner he's an executive -- that.
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And -- you haven't device here and what your device does it monitor is your vitals.
Your blood pressure your heart rate your vital.
In your vital signs here and what it is meant to do is monitor the data on your body.
See you then send -- to US health professional if someone who needs to know how you're doing you have to assorted -- Madison unit presents right.
Price a bit more than just telemedicine and they -- yeah.
Old classic since -- more around remote personal management of your health yeah so it's really -- the aspect of health care beyond the four -- of traditional health care medicine so.
Really taken technology to the level where the person isn't delivering new health care that the -- -- the person.
So continuous an ecosystem of -- -- personal health care devices we -- international standard.
That devices that have been -- or operate so we have -- -- certification process.
For how these devices can actually can communicate with one another and a transfer information to these star health systems that we see today.
-- gadgets here -- you need to be hearing -- do you think he got -- you think gadget that's I was wondering how do you get.
What what are the pieces in the accessories you need today to get that -- and then obviously transmit it and analyze.
That's the beauty were continue to comes in is that we're trying to make sure that that is interoperable so that it doesn't really matter what the devices so.
Today we currently classifieds in different devices blood pressure weight scales -- commoners.
These devices which are both -- similar -- -- measure the amount of oxygen saturation.
And also my heart rate so over demonstrating -- sort of the unique thing that we do from a demonstration perspective kind of shows.
We called a stress -- so when you're doing interviews you can see individuals Hartley two up and down that.
But it sort of showed off the technology and how it actually can -- -- an innovative ways about just above and beyond just health care.
But from that perspective though you capture that information you know weight scales we're fabulously -- -- hypertensive patient that's high blood pressure.
And they need to be put on -- -- program where they can actually the monitored so that you you know through doing the right -- -- we can combine that a blood pressure go.
With a weight scale -- medication monitoring device that can actually make sure that particular medications on.
And -- -- what their progress as they can take this individual information.
Uploaded to submit to their health care professional for the doctor to mail monitoring services that -- happened along with the so.
You know health insurers for example we're getting in the game -- I can we reduces obesity problem we have in the US and that's the way that they can do that.
And in the third areas that it's personal so you know we can make sure that you feel you were demonstrating -- -- boos today how we communicate that directly to Google health for example yeah.
So that I can monitor and see -- on my own performances.
This just isn't patient and then it is his doctor entertaining is is given by somebody else I mean -- -- -- all you have to come from from meeting go out.
And my -- accessories and then get the Southland and I.
There are those who are.
Motivated mostly motivated to go do this type of activities of of their personal health and fitness the Reno where you have individuals who are specifically engaging in how can we act on it -- -- -- performance I -- I wanna do better.
The second component of that would be you know we have individuals who were in the chronic illness so the hypertensive for diabetics who have the disease is not gonna get over.
And a third areas we call -- independently and that is individuals who were we want to keep our our elders safe and well at home.
So some of this is going to be monitored from the perspective.
You know individual might wanna purchase of to your point though health care professionals are gonna -- justices -- confident and solid -- of privacy.
What about pregnancy.
Specifically securities built and all of this you have an underlying infrastructure for -- for privacy and all of this built into it.
And apparently so for example mourning two devices right now -- if I gave you one of these devices obviously you know it would could be picked up what your your hand information from you.
But what we have done through the whole system is basically aligned so that if I connect this device at home only I'm the person only -- -- -- that information -- and my health care provider but if there the other person doesn't do what you see overall costs for something that's.
You know -- it's gonna vary depending upon how you set this up you know we're showing a simple PC here's the most people have home PCs already that they can install this type of application.
Devices run anywhere from fifty dollars to 300 dollars depending on the complexity of the device.
And so you -- you can put together some of these systems or anywhere from three to 500 dollars to help Monica so.
There were starting to see some of these individuals who want to monitor -- -- and home weekend.
And that's if someone knows she's taking -- medication sometimes I -- know that she's been over what are what are what purchased it and so we're starting as he Finley's invest in these types of technologies to help you -- take care of their elders.
All right -- partner went back continue help thank you very much in good health.
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