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F103 How are smart garments making remote patient monitoring comfortable? (Laurent Vanderbrouck, Chronolife)

Faces of Digital Health

F103 How are smart garments making remote patient monitoring comfortable? (Laurent Vanderbrouck, Chronolife)

October 16, 2020

F103 How are smart garments making remote patient monitoring comfortable? (Laurent Vanderbrouck, Chronolife)

Chronolife is a French company innovating in the space of smart garments for remote patient monitoring. Clothes are not the main innovation of the company, their secret sauce is a patented neuromorphic (bio-mimetic) algorithm, HOTS (Hierarchy Of event-based Time-Surfaces). The algorithm detects and predicts deterioration in patients’ state of health and alerts caregivers to allow earlier intervention and avoid costly hospitalizations. The company’s mission is  to enable healthcare professionals to have timely information for earlier intervention and to ensure a continuum of care that fills the existing gaps from hospital to home.

In this episode, the CEO Laurent Vandebrouck shares his thoughts about the French healthcare system in terms of digitalization, comments the position of smart garments on the market crowded with other kinds of wearables, and also answered questions like – can you destroy a smart shirt by not washing it currently? 

 

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