Vivametrica in IT in Canada Online

By | January 30th, 2015|analytics, healthcare, Wearable devices|

From a physician’s point of view, health wearables are only as useful as the data they generate. Our goal in pioneering a standardized process is to create a new approach to health management by analyzing data in a way that is meaningful and actionable for individuals and care providers. Dr. Rick Hu discusses how wearable [...]

Wearable Wellness at CES: Where were the analytics?

By | January 30th, 2015|analytics, markets, Wearable devices|

Our cofounder, Dr. Christy Lane, wrote this post about her experience at CES. Christy Tomkins-Lane I attended my first Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas this year and to say I was overwhelmed with the event is a bit of an understatement. I attend medical conferences often but was not prepared for [...]

Using wearables for actionable change

By | December 1st, 2014|analytics, device manufacturers, Wearable devices|

In the wide and growing world of wearable technology, consumers face a number of decisions. Decisions on which device to buy are dependent on what the device claims to measure and the data it gives you in return. After landing on the wearable itself, we’re bombarded by apps and platforms to take the data and [...]

Vivametrica co-founders head new Stanford research center – mHealthNews

By | October 14th, 2014|analytics, news|

"We see an untapped potential in how wearable devices equipped with accelerometers can measure exercise, and how that data can be used by clinicians to 'identify optimal timing for treatment' of chronic conditions, obesity-related issues and rehabilitation, among others." Stanford University is launching a new lab designed to pull measurable and meaningful data from wearable [...]