In this video interview with HITLAB at Columbia University in New York, Hexoskin's CEO Pierre-Alexandre Fournier discusses how fundamental building medical data infrastructure was to enable automation and AI - tools to make healthcare delivery more efficient and more accessible.
The lack of electronic medical records and data standards has slowed progress in digital health and AI in the 2000s and 2010s. Today the infrastructure is ready to make data collected by patients actionable and valuable.
This new IT environment (EHR/EMRs, broadband, FIRH, HL7, smart phones, and wearables) accelerates automation and AI development, digital biomarker discovery, personalized medicine and new health prevention services.
Hexoskin is building on this infrastructure to offer high-resolution vital signs monitoring with Hexoskin and Astroskin wearables, apps to collect patient reported outcomes and events, could storage, data automation and cohort management.
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Our CEO Pierre-Alexandre Fournier presented some of Hexoskin's efforts to solve the evidence gap for healthcare and clinical trials at Columbia University last month, and HITLAB recently made the 15 minutes video available online below.
Clinical evidence is what makes medical discoveries possible: that's how we measure safety and efficacy, and that's how we measure efficiency gains in healthcare delivery. When we lower the cost of evidence, we make care more accessible and affordable. This is an important part of our mission at Hexoskin.
In the video you'll see a few examples of our work at Hexoskin, from clinical research to AI development to human spaceflight.
The Hexoskin and Astroskin platform has been used to collect health data for over 200 scientific publications. White papers about wearable sensors applications for health monitoring of are available upon request.