Integration with Wearable Devices
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The explosion of wearable devices like Oura, Whoop, and Apple watch have changed the game in health. These devices can monitor vital health information with ever increasing accuracy such as:
- heart rate
- heart rate variability
- sleep data and architecture
- respiratory rate
- step counts
- and more
But there is one huge problem. Standard healthcare systems are failing to adopt this new and disruptive technology.
This is a real shame. At Wonder Medicine, we believe that when wearable data can be meaningfully integrated with the rest of healthcare data (think labs, imaging, other diagnostics, diagnoses, healthcare notes, etc.) this will add tremendous value to individuals looking to improve their health, longevity, and performance.
Additionally, the rise of other wearable health tracking devices such as continuous glucose monitors, home sleep studies, and home blood pressure monitors are exploding as well. These devices are most often only made available to those suffering from chronic diseases like diabetes. But, the data these devices can provide is extremely valuable for general health and disease prevention as well.
It is time for healthcare to adopt wearable technology, integrate this information with the rest of patient healthcare data, and provide patients with actionable incites based on this combined data set.
Wonder Medicine is pleased to announce that we are building the technology to integrate wearable data as part of our Longevity and Performance Program. We will start with Oura Ring and Freestyle Libre continuous glucose monitoring, with more integrations to come. These integrations should be available starting in October of 2023.
Ready for the future? Ready to invest in yourself?
Then join Wonder Medicine Longevity and Performance Program today.
Thanks so much,
Bill Brandenburg, MD