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PhysIQ applies artificial intelligence and machine learning to the data streaming from wearable or implantable devices to learn one’s unique vital sign patterns and then detect subtle deviations that may indicate a change in health. The result is a data- and device-agnostic platform that can be applied across multiple clinical use cases, hardware platforms, and patient populations to generate unprecedented personalized insight.Our Technology and Solution
For health systems, payers, and post-acute providers…continuous real-world personalized patient insight
For pharmaceutical and med device clinical trials…unprecedented data collection for clinical product differentiation
For wearable and implantable device companies…licensable and scalable Personalized Physiology Analytics
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