Valtronic releases biometric-based personal healthcare device

January 20, 2015 - 

Valtronic announced it has introduced Compendium Solutions, a secure implant and physiological connectivity platform that provides an integrated system including Valtronic-owned IP and a proprietary phone app.

The new product is part of Valtronic’s newfound vision of becoming “the worldwide recognized partner for innovative personal healthcare devices” by bringing forth innovative ideas and technological expertise to one platform to guide customers and healthcare providers to delivering improved patient care and outcomes.

Compendium is a wearable healthcare, such as an implant or body worn sensor, that can track the patient’s physiological data.

Data can then be transmitted to a biometrically controlled near field reader, securing information to ensure the data is specific to the relevant individual and is fully protected.

In addition, the data is sent to a smartphone or tablet which can be accessed by a patient using the biometrically-controlled Valtronic app.

Valtronic is able to convert the near-field reader data into a Bluetooth signal and transfers it to the cloud.

All patient information is completely HIPAA compliant, while secure recognition solutions including a camera module for facial recognition, iris camera with on-board iris recognition and fingerprint sensor technology, are also available.

Finally, data is transferred to a patient’s doctor or caregiver, enabling them to access all physiological data as well as monitor and send alerts to the patient.

Valtronic has facilities in Switzerland, the United States and Morocco.

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