It’s been a little while since we’ve posted and over the last few months we've made some great progress. Here's what’s new, what’s coming and what we’re excited about.New Features
We’ve recently given the CliniCloud app a major overhaul and excited to announce that in addition to our thermometer and stethoscope the app now lets you take blood pressure and pulse oximetry readings - and measure your cardiac risk score. You can download the latest version here.
Since we began in 2015 these have been some of our most requested features and we plan to expand on this feature set in the coming months with more devices and insights, including contextual recommendations.
These features are coming to Android soon too with development well underway.
In addition to the updates to the app we have some new hardware coming soon too, with CliniCloud Scales, Blood Pressure Monitor and Pulse Oximeter all scheduled for release in the coming months. Stay tuned for further details.
Partnerships and Portal
We now also have API’s available to integrate into your remote monitoring systems or applications for telemedicine, remote patient monitoring or other bespoke applications.
For those interested too we’re also working on a physician portal which can be used for secure data collection from patients and live streaming of stethoscope sounds. Please feel free to book a time with our sales team if you’d like to discuss this further.
Digital health is changing fast, and appears to be heading toward the mainstream here’s a line-up of the things we’ve found interesting this past month.
KCBP partner Mary Meeker claims Digital Health is at an inflection point in her annual presentation of the Internet Trends Report. Read.
The FDA signalled its intent to put forward a broad initiative it’s calling a Digital Health Innovation Plan. Read
CNBC reported that Apple is starting to take it’s digital health initiatives more seriously, building up a secretive health team. Read
Chronic disease management company Omada health raised a reported $50m and partnered with Cigna. Read
Our Stethoscopes were used in a landmark study published in the British Medical Journal, showing that they could detect heart rates faster than ECG in neonatal care. Read