SXSW 2014: With Wello, Clinical Accuracy Is at Your Fingertips

By | 2016-10-04T11:05:41+00:00 April 29, 2014|Innovation, SXSW, Technology, Video, Viewpoints|

Measuring heart-lung function with clinical accuracy has always been the province of doctors, clinicians, and bulky diagnostic equipment—until now. Say hello to Wello, the latest innovation in wearable technology.

Wello is a state-of-the-art smartphone case that slips over compatible iPhone and Android devices. You simply hold Wello and hidden sensors accurately measure vital signs like heart rate, lung function, blood oxygen levels, blood pressure, and temperature. Wello even takes your ECG without all the patches and wires. This smarter than smart technology makes it easy to record, display, and store your vital data, so you can send it and share it with your doctor.

In countries like the US and UK, Wello can help health-conscious individuals set goals, spot patterns, and ultimately make healthier lifestyle choices. In developing markets, such as India or Africa, one Wello device can work for multiple patients from the same village, helping them determine whether it’s necessary to visit a doctor who may be hundreds of miles away.

With Wello as a supplement to regular doctor visits, it’s simpler than ever to take your health into your own hands.

KEY TAKEAWAY: Where medical discovery meets wearable technology. Welcome to Wello.

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Colleen Carter
EVP, Business Development

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