Monitors produce data but not necessarily motivation

By | March 9th, 2015|Exercise and fitness, healthcare, news|

"Christy Tomkins-Lane, an associate professor at Royal Roads University in Victoria and a visiting assistant professor at the Stanford Center for Medical Mobile Technology in California, believes that devices will be able eventually to take the guess work out of wearable data analysis. 'The piece that is missing is that personalization and that interpretation [...]

Vivametrica in Technology for Doctors

By | January 15th, 2015|Exercise and fitness, healthcare, news|

Wearable technology to track activity and fitness is growing in popularity, but there’s not much available to analyze the tons of data it generates. Enter Vivametrica, a Calgary-based start-up that’s developed a platform to help patients make sense of it all. Original article

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 [...]

Media Release

By | October 10th, 2014|news|

In the News Vivametrica Cofounder to lead Stanford Center for Mobile Medical Technology Medical Research Center Established to Harness the Full Potential of Mobile Technologies in the Healthcare Space CALGARY, Alberta, Oct. 9, 2014 /CNW/ -- While the wearable technology market continues to grow rapidly, questions remain as to how this collected data [...]