Qualcomm Life will be renamed as Capsule Technologies, Inc. (CapsuleTech), and continue operating its two distinct business segments: Capsule and 2net.
New offerings make data more visible and actionable, empowering clinicians and caregivers to make better insight-based decisions about their patients.
The UnitedHealthcare Motion program provides employees with free wearable devices and enables them to earn up to $1,460 per year for meeting certain goals.
Capsule's platform enables data collection, EMR and health IT system integration and monitoring in one of the largest ecosystems of connected devices inside the hospital.
The company will work with P2Link and Davita HealthCare Partners to help patients suffering from heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The solution was developed with cooperation from Qualcomm Life, Novartis and PPD, which are also supporting a pilot clinical study before broad commercial use.
With about 500 members comprised of medtech companies, pharmaceuticals and providers, Qualcomm Life has the largest connected health ecosystem in the world.
Qualcomm's 2net Platform and Hub will be used to capture data from medical devices within a patient's home, and transmit it to Cerner's CareAware platform.
The private-label chronic care management application enables access to vital health information and secure communications for care team coordination.
The two companies will integrate Qualcomm Life's 2net Connectivity Platform with AMC Health's CareConsole care coordination platform.
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