The center’s capabilities include conducting innovative research and development of biomedical technologies and algorithms for remote health and fitness monitoring, including mobile devices and wearables; performing comprehensive validation aimed at ensuring robustness, functionality and unobtrusive form factors for medical and fitness products; and developing next-generation health care delivery and medical information systems that can be used for optimal decision making and transforming clinical practice.
From the inception of a concept to its subsequent refinement, the Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems partners with industry leaders in the semiconductor, consumer-device and medical-device markets as well as hospital systems to help turn ideas into realities.
Understanding a health system or device’s full potential is an integral part of bringing a product to life. The Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems offers competitive studies for industry partners looking to test their devices against a competitive product or a gold standard in the market.
Health care devices and systems must function in complex environments. The Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems can help ensure the reliability and productivity of a technology under realistic regulatory and market conditions with a systems approach that focuses on scaling for population.