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Top 10 Patient Monitoring Solution Companies - 2020

As the healthcare ecosystem has advanced over time, one of the significant achievements has been patient monitoring systems’ adoption and progress to enhance patient care and upgrade clinical performance. Evaluating the condition or additional medical parameters of a patient requires creating detailed clinical decisions. Patient monitoring inside and outside the hospital performs a crucial role in this process, as the infrastructure connects various modules of the healthcare ecosystem for effectual patient care.

Similarly, healthcare providers are continually searching for groundbreaking products that can offer an improved level of patient care to the increasing patient population. The shift from wired to wireless technology provides paramedics, clinicians, and medical personnel with a hands-free, wireless device to monitor a patient’s critical signs, establishing a secure environment for EMS personnel and patients. The technology also enables real-time connectivity between the emergency room and medical technicians in the field. On the other side, the Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) system utilizes digital technologies to gather medical and other forms of health data from individuals in one location. It electronically transfers that information safely to health care providers in another area for assessment and recommendations. The RPM concept coordinates well with the point of care switching from a hospital to a patient’s home.

Further, a patient monitor is regarded as the data powerhouse, competent in collecting a major amount of patient data. Moreover, as the healthcare industry transforms to strengthen its proficiency in delivering superior patient care, there is a rising demand for data integration and analytics to enhance patient diagnosis and workflow. The future depends on understanding how patient data can bring new product features and be used in artificial intelligence algorithms across healthcare. Instead of making decisions on cloud-based data, emergency protocols could be implemented through edge-node data decisions.

To help CIOs navigate through the list of patient monitoring solution providers, MD Tech Review brings the top 10 patient monitoring solution providers 2020 that exhibit competence in delivering robust solutions.

We present to you MD Tech Review’s “Top 10 Patient Monitoring Solution Providers - 2020.”

    Top Patient Monitoring Solution Companies

  • Apricity’s mission is to close the expertise gap and raise the outcome tail in real-world medicine


  • Reduces costs and preventing diabetes-related lower extremity wounds and amputations with state-of-the-art, patient-centered diagnostic and engagement tools, combined with a standardized risk stratification process


  • MediPines is advancing respiratory medicine by providing physiology-based respiratory devices that enhance clinical effectiveness and achieve better patient outcomes. The MediPines AGM100® Advanced Respiratory Monitoring System, a non-invasive pulmonary gas exchange monitor, provides healthcare providers with information on patient gas exchange previously only available through invasive or complicated methods. The company is perfectly poised to help clinicians and medical practitioners overcome challenges around pulmonary gas exchange and obtain gas exchange measurements accurately and non-invasively


  • Myolex® Inc, a spin-off from Harvard Medical School and MIT, which is now commercializing the award-winning EIM (Electrical Impedance Myography) technology developed by our scientific founder, Dr. Seward Rutkove. Seward has received a number of awards for EIM including the $1,000,000 ALS Biomarker Prize. With support from the NIH SBIR program, Myolex®leveraged its extensive database and its patented technology, to effectively develop a solution to assess and quantify muscle health, seamlessly, quickly, and cost-effectively. Myolex further collaborates with clinical researchers and pharma companies to improve data collection ca¬pa¬bi¬lities for neuromuscular clinical studies. Myolex®’s mScan is an accurate, non-invasive, efficient, and por¬ta¬ble device, and comes with iPad, unique App, and custom, disposable foam electrodes that help users col¬lect data from multiple muscles within minutes. This device can help pharma companies to perform trials more efficiently and allow physicians to conduct speedy muscle check-ups, adding to an improved standard of care.


  • OneCare provides a care-as-a-service platform built on a specialty smartwatch that allows caregivers to take better care of the senior population with real-time monitoring and data-based insights. OneCare’s revolutionary care-as-a-service platform—with the specialty smartwatch “CareWatch” as its cornerstone—simplifies caregivers' ability to remotely watch over and take care of their loved ones in real time. Furthermore, OneCare's sister technology partner in Schenzhen, China is thought to be one of the pioneers in smartwatches, having been manufacturing smartwatches since 2011


  • Offers a secure and cloud-agnostic Adaptive Data Exchange (ADE) technology that provides easy assimilation and real-time processing of remote healthcare data, facilitating cutting edge ML and AI-based analytics. OnTrack’s Remote Medical Monitoring (RMM) solution collects all the necessary information irrespective of the clients' devices and simultaneously automates the collection of biometric data, providing a more streamlined and economical system for patients and providers. The system not only allows patients to easily pair medical devices to their mobile phones and tablets, but also captures high-frequency biometric data from these devices and transfers it to the relevant provider for further assessment


  • OPOS is a California-based company, established from over 20 years of experience in treating chronic pain patients and safely managing risks associated with long term opioid therapies. Founded by a group of experienced healthcare providers, data scientists, information technology experts, and seasoned business professionals, the company focuses on safely maximizing the chronic pain community's quality of life and ensuring a prescriber's regulatory compliance. OPOS has developed an innovative end-to-end platform that serves to support patients, primary care providers, and other healthcare organizations to deliver safe and effective opioid care


  • SPAC International provides its CCM Cloud platform, Drug Adherence, Medication Therapy Monitoring (MTM), and Mobile Oncology Medication Therapy Monitoring technologies to keep physicians and patients engaged from the time a treatment is initiated through the entire treatment process. The company provides patients with an Internet of Things (IoT) box that can be plugged in, along with a weighing scale, a pulse ox, and a blood pressure unit. With the help of the box, the physiological data is captured and uploaded to the company’s cloud-based system, enabling the team to review it and share it with a physician to make medical decisions and bill for it


  • Offers TrackO, a unique cloud-based remote health management application that allows patients to track their vitals and communicate it with their doctors, caretakers, or family members seamlessly. TrackO helps doctors with patient education, supplies bilingual call monitors to assist them in expanding their clientele, and ensures that no patient on the system is left out. On the patient front, TrackO offers a unique remote health management application that allows them to track their vitals and communicate it with their doctors, caretakers, or family members seamlessly. It enables patients to monitor their health using various health devices such as blood pressure monitors, oximeters, or glucometers, to name a few


  • Innova Solutions

    Innova Solutions

    Georgia-based Innova Solutions offers an end-to-end virtual care platform, CareExpand, that enables clinicians and patients to expand the horizons of telemedicine efficiently and cost-effectively. Unlike most healthcare systems, CareExpand was not developed to fill a gap in the market, but to expand the horizons of telemedicine. The platform operates on two core components, namely, the pre-encounter and encounter capabilities. CareExpand’s pre-counter features allow healthcare providers to communicate and engage with their patients and build campaigns that drive the enhancement of usability and continuity of care