IDEAL LIFE Debuts Health Tablet
According to IDEAL LIFE, the new IDEAL LIFE Health Tablet automatically syncs data between healthcare provider information systems and patients’ health records when using the company’s remote health monitoring devices.
Precisely, the Health Tablet automatically receives data from any IDEAL LIFE device. The Health Tablet then wirelessly transmits data to the IDEAL LIFE secured “cloud” for distribution to the patient’s caregivers.
Capable of operating on any cellular network, the new IDEAL LIFE Health Tablet helps in connecting health consumers with information appropriate to their care, connect them with providers and communicate health information remotely.
Officials with IDEAL LIFE said in a press release that the new IDEAL LIFE Health Tablet is the latest addition to IDEAL LIFE’s suite of products for individual and corporate health and wellness. The new offering is ideal for remote management of chronic illnesses like heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes.
Jason Goldberg, founder and president of IDEAL LIFE, said in a statement, “The IDEAL LIFE Health Tablet gives both patients and caregivers access to vital health information anywhere, anytime, any place.”
Goldberg added, “By being the first tablet that automatically synchronizes with data systems used by providers, patient or caregivers, it gives unprecedented, easy and affordable connectivity for sharing important health information. Most exciting is the ability to directly connect with coaches and providers in the comfort of your home through our secure video communication link on the IDEAL LIFE Health Tablet itself.”
IDEAL LIFE has FDA-approved products and utilizes an open technology platform that supports customization, and also seamlessly integrates with existing information-based systems such as electronic medical records, thereby eliminating the need for new software or data reconfiguration.
IDEAL LIFE products are designed for individuals with chronic conditions such as congestive heart failure, hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and obesity.
In recent news, Ideal Life launched Telehealth Program in People's Republic of China. The company’s touchscreen kiosks and remote monitoring devices were selected to be part of this remote health-monitoring project, in China, due to their affordability, ease of use, and scalability that makes it possible to bring healthcare to millions of people.
Apart from China, IDEAL LIFE’s remote monitoring devices are currently in use in health plans, hospitals, academic medical centers, community clinics, and home health agencies throughout the United States as well, said the officials with IDEAL LIFE in the release.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf