Digital Biomarkers. Better Health Outcomes.

Using Smartphones For The Early And Remote Detection Of Physical Impairments And The Onset Of Disease

Early and remote detection and diagnosis of physical impairments or the onset of disease can help dramatically improve health outcomes while lowering health care costs. Leveraging smartphones, wearables, and medical IoT devices, Kryptowire’s mHealth technology analyzes behavioral biomarkers and sensor data to detect physical changes in the way users interact with their smartphones and their physical environment. Because it leverages existing smartphone and wearable sensors, our solution can make early-detection technologies available to a broader community, increase the effectiveness of treatment, and deliver extensive historical ground truth and valuable longitudinal data that can be used to help the medical community improve health services, health research, and health outcomes.

Health care professionals can combine their domain expertise with Kryptowire’s turnkey mHealth technology to gain unique insights during clinical and field studies. Kryptowire’s mHealth solution offers ease of deployment, privacy-preserving data anonymization, context awareness, secure access control to device data, and transparent and scalable data collection. Kryptowire is partnering with leading university researchers to vet this mHealth technology in a variety of settings and for a diverse set of medical conditions.

Warfighter Analytics using Smartphones for Health (WASH)

“Currently, understanding and assessing the readiness of the warfighter involves medical intervention with the help of advanced equipment, such as electrocardiographs (EKGs) and other specialized medical devices, that are too expensive and cumbersome to employ continuously or without supervision in non-controlled environments. On the other hand, currently 92 percent of adults in the United States own a cell phone, which could be used as the basis for continuous, passive health, and readiness assessment.”

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Kryptowire is partnering with leading university researchers to vet this mHealth technology in a variety of settings and for a diverse set of medical conditions.