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160 – Smart clothing; increasing care beyond hospital walls; Shem Richards, Goldilocks

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160 – Smart clothing; increasing care beyond hospital walls; Shem Richards, Goldilocks

Smart clothing is the next generation of remote monitoring tech, are you subscribed yet? Shem Richards is a biomedical engineer and the founder of Goldilocks.  Goldilocks is a smart clothing…
July 28, 2021

160 – Smart clothing; increasing care beyond hospital walls; Shem Richards, Goldilocks

Smart clothing is the next generation of remote monitoring tech, are you subscribed yet?

Shem Richards is a biomedical engineer and the founder of Goldilocks. 

Goldilocks is a smart clothing company aiming to reduce the cost of healthcare and increase the value of care beyond the hospital walls. 

In this episode, Pete and Shem discuss how smart wearables can reduce parental stress and help with ageing-in-place. They take a sneak peek at what the next generation of care looks like and talk about Shem’s journey of bringing a medical device to market in Australia, among other things.

Tune into this episode to learn how a baby singlet can help clinicians coach parents through the stresses of bringing a newborn home. This episode also covers how innovative technologies can facilitate remote monitoring and aged care and implementing the human aspect of remote care.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Goldilocks, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here

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