Today, CheckHealth launched its remote patient monitoring
platform LinkWatch. It is a secure remote monitoring platform for health data
collection, including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) care
plans, wireless devices for vital signs monitoring, smart wearables for
behaviour monitoring and intelligent digital assistents supporting patient self
assessments. It helps care organisations to efficiently manage care of patients
with chronic conditions. CheckHealth Sweden is a medtech company focused on
developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data
collection. CheckHealth Sweden is a subsidiary of CNet. Read more at www.checkhealth.se
Peter Rosengren from CNet represented the GOESY project on the Innovation and Networking Days on 11th November 2019 Bonn, Germany, hosted by FIT – Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology and co-organised by the partner LINKS and the Centre for Research and Technology CERTH (Greece).
This venue offers to innovators from industry, research and public administrations, the opportunity to meet, share, discuss and attend technical presentations. The first day was focused on Smart Citys and Energy, a perfect framework for GOEASY, which was presented at the networking and poster session by partners FIT and CNET. Interesting discussions about the technical aspects of the AsthmaWatch pilot and on engagement strategy led to investigate how to motivate citizens to behave more sustainable.
GOEASY received attention from many participants for its innovative approach towards building sustainable cities through objective data collection as well as dealing with privacy issues, in order to achieve progress in promoting healthy and sustainable behaviour. Participants have also acknowledged GOEASY’s potential for direct and indirect economic contributions through improving health conditions of asthma patients, thereby reducing health-related expenses.