INSPIRETech Can Alleviate Pressure on Hospitals, Says ContinUse Biometrics CTO
Zeev Zalevsky spoke at Calcalist’s seventh digital and mobile conference in Tel Aviv
Mr. Zalevsky spoke at the Digital Health panel at Calcalist’s seventh digital and mobile conference in Tel Aviv this morning.
The introduction of more advanced technology into the healthcare system can ease the pressure on doctors and enable patients to monitor their own care at home, Mr. Zalevsky said.
ContinUse Biometrics has developed an optic, laser-based sensor that combines hardware and photo processing technologies to measure patients’ physical health at the molecular level.
The precise sensor, designed for installation on patients’ smartphones, can track biological and chemical changes in the body and translate them into dozens of medical parameters such as heart rate, blood flow, and bone fractures.
The technology is designed to allow users to monitor their health at home and reduce pressure on doctors and healthcare providers.
ContinUse Biometrics’ sensor is set to become available in the first quarter of 2018.