Another healthcare service provider has decided to take advantage of BioIntelliSense’s wearable monitoring technology. In that regard, Seqster is the developer of a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that consolidates patient data from a range of different sources, providing doctors with a comprehensive overview of someone’s current condition.
The company’s partnership with BioIntelliSense will make that SaaS platform compatible with the data gathered with BioIntelliSense’s BioButton and BioSticker devices. Both are single use devices that are worn directly on the body, where they can continuously track temperature, heart rate, body position, and other metrics for a period of up to 30 days.
For its part, Seqster will pair that real-time health data with Electronic Health Records (EHR) and genomic data to provide doctors with more context for each patient. In doing so, it will increase the amount of information available to doctors checking on remote patients, and improve the overall level of care that those patients can receive from home. The Seqster platform will include details about medication and dosage in addition to physical state.
“The entire healthcare and clinical trial landscape is evolving and disrupting traditional data flows for every healthcare organization,” said Seqster Co-Founder and CEO Ardy Arianpour. “Patients now have more options available than ever before for receiving care like telemedicine and virtual care. Without the real-time patient data from these siloed data sources the continuity of care is put at risk.”
“Patient-centricity is now front and center across the healthcare ecosystem,” added BioIntelliSense Founder and CEO James Mault. “Our collaboration with Seqster provides advanced biosensor wearable devices, along with algorithmic-based analytics, to enable continuous multi-parameter health monitoring and personalized remote care.”
Seqster is one of several healthcare organizations that have adopted BioIntelliSense’s wearables in the past few months. VeeMed, AirStrip, and Jasper Health have also integrated the technology into their own respective platforms.