Vytal Health Tracker app for daily tracking of health parameters at home using Mobile camera, to reduce burden on health services. Patient education in regional languages Connect with nearest health services – labs, clinics, pharmacies.
Pain points addressed by the technology
1. UNBURDEN: Continuous health tracking and vitals monitoring of increasing number of suspects and patients will soon put a huge burden on the healthcare facilities.
2. ASSURE: More and more community workers are needed on the field and daily tracking of their own health is of utmost importance when they are risking their lives for the society. They need assurance of immediate doctor connect when in doubt.
3. TRACK: Keeping track of the health of “recovered patients” will be important for health departments and researchers.
4. RESEARCH: The health parameters data will be needed by researchers to help them leverage Data Science to draw insights for public health and policies.
USP of the technology
1. NO MEDICAL DEVICE NEEDED: Helping those who are in isolation, or have recovered, track their vital parameters without any external medical device – by just using their good quality mobile phone camera. This will reduce burden on health services and devices. This can be used by community workers without the need to physically visit patients/families during lockdown.
2. CENTRAL MONITORING BY DOCTORS POSSIBLE: Instead of bringing patients / suspects to clinics for regular check-ups, we can help them track their health from home using Vytal Health Tracker app.
- Vytal Health Tracker is NOT a medical device. Consult your doctor or primary care physician if you require first aid, have a medical emergency, heart attack, or cardiac event.
- The app intended to be used as a medical device or as stethoscope.
- The app is not intended for heart disease or condition diagnosis .
- Heart beat detection does not detect blood pressure or bloodpressure.
- Do not use it for babies or small children.
- If the finger feels hot due to phone flashlight, take the finger away from the camera to avoid any discomfort or skin burns.