Guide: Old age society, intelligent old-age can play a key role.
Over the past decade, ageing has put enormous pressure on an already stretched health care system. Failure to respond effectively can be expected to be difficult for health-care systems to support rising health care spending in the coming year.
many of the problems of aging, the most based on the elderly care problem. In 2019, for the first time in history, the world's population over 65 years of age is over 5 years of age. Against the backdrop of a shortage of labour, there are not enough young people to care for the elderly in need of care.
how to solve the puzzle, technology has become a cure.
as a provider of proactive and continuous monitoring services based on SaaS technology, the Digital Health company VitalERter, from Israel, ™ enables non-contact, continuous monitoring of vital signs and body movements with the help of sensor-AI algorithms. Continuous monitoring of heart rate, body temperature, oxygen, respiratory rate and other signs, and according to posture, bed activity status, to make early warning of the risk of falls, to help monitor the personnel to fall, pressure sores, sepsis, heart accidents, blood pressure to actively prevent.
in other words, it can provide virtual care assistant services for the elderly or patients through biosensors, enabling round-the-clock monitoring and reducing the burden on nursing and medical professionals. Unlike the general vital signdata monitoring solution, the Vettel VITALERter ™ can detect important early deterioration signals, improve the quality of care and reduce mortality, just like health care providers.
such solutions can reduce accidental falls by 70%, the incidence of pressure sores and sepsis by 78%, and readmission by 50%, thereby reducing medical costs and significantly improving patient clinical outcomes.
with technological leadership and the flexibility of the applicable scenarios, in addition to the Antarctic and Arctic, the ™ of Vettel VITALERter is located on other continents and is now operating in Israel, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the United States, Brazil, Australia, Japan, etc. As the world's largest elderly country, China is Vettel VITALERter ™ fancy potential market, and next, it hopes to use its technical strength to improve the quality of China's pension monitoring. how does Vettel VITALERter ™ land in China
? Artery Network interviewed Miki Ravi, founder of Vettel VITALERter ™.
The founder of the VitalERter ™, Miki Ravi
remote monitoring is the core needs of the hospital Internet of Things, the domestic market demand is far from being met
VitalERter ™ founder Mr. Miki is a serial entrepreneur, VITALERter ™ is the fourth company he founded, the first three companies are wireless communications, security technology companies and medical device companies. The choice of cloud monitoring products, on the one hand, is related to Mr. Miki's technical background, on the other hand, is also the huge potential of the smart pension market.
2018, The ™ of Vettel VITALERter was selected by the Israeli Ministry of Health as one of the 12 digital healthcare companies to be recommended globally for a number of digital healthcare solutions. In 2019, Vettel (China) - Guangzhou Vettel Medical Technology Co., Ltd. was established in Guangzhou International Biological Island as a company invested in the BioIndustry Fund in Guangzhou.
interesting, it's not the first time Miki has been tied to China ™ vettel's VITALERter.
said that as early as 2004, he and his team helped complete the technical transition in Zhuhai, China, after a Chinese company bought victory Idea Limited, an Israeli start-up.
he recalled: "In 2004, China's high-tech ecology can be said to be a barren, when China's industry is still only processing factories, but I foresee that the future of China will be a big scientific and technological country, China will only become a large scientific and technological power, it is possible to solve such a large-scale population quality improvement." "
because of the potential of cloud monitoring in the Chinese market, Miki founded the ™ of Vettel VITALERTER, choose to start the market in China, the United States, the European market simultaneously. Although China is still a developing country, the aging problem facing China is equally serious.
in China, patient monitoring is often seen as a core area of the medical IoT application. The challenges of health care make the deployment of cloud monitoring in hospitals and old-age institutions particularly important. At the patient's end, the elderly and their families need more transparent and efficient care. For payers, more frequent and precise monitoring is required. The need for earlier disease detection and patient remote monitoring will fundamentally drive the adoption of cloud monitoring.
But for health care and the elderly, the lag in traditional ward facilities and the huge cost pressures have hampered the large-scale landing of cloud monitoring.
today, the penetration of intelligent solutions is very low. In the introduction of the Vettel VITALERTER ™, Guangzhou-China Bio-Industry Investment Fund General Manager Geng Jianyue has visited China's cloud monitoring market, he told Artering Network, compared with China's current 170 million old age market, the current cloud monitoring solution penetration rate is negligible. But in the future, he believes that where the Internet can reach, the elderly should enjoy the promotion of old-age services brought about by cloud monitoring.
multi-sensor s algorithm to achieve active monitoring, SaaS model to reduce hospital costs
in the elderly remote monitoring of this potential market, there are many technology companies. In the age-tech market, the largest segment in the age-tech market is remote monitoring, according to IDC, a technology research firm. Other rapidly expanding segments include "personal feedback systems" (which monitor and alert the elderly when they fall down) and "drug use monitoring" (ensuring that the drug is taken at the right time and at the right dose).
. From a global perspective, Miki says, the main solutions for remote monitoring of the elderly can be divided into two categories. One is a hardware-focused product that monitors vital signs through wearables. In the case of the Apple Watch, the product monitors changes in the heart rate of the elderly. The other is software AI-focused products that monitor patients through analytical data.
But both options are flawed at the moment, he says: "Smart hardware solutions have a certain operational threshold for older people." Software-focused solutions are weaker than the need for a large amount of data. Most software solutions lack data. "
Vettel VITALERTER ™ is the only product that can use AI to analyze vital data and make predictive decisions in real time in the cloud. Vitalerter ™ solutions include Vitals (Vettel's contactless health box), Bio-Patch (Vettel' B. ), Band-Aid and Vettel's AI continuous monitoring of the protection cloud service.
Vettel VITALERter ™ is able to combine remote monitoring systems with personal feedback systems, with biosensors and artificial intelligence and machine depth learning technologies behind the core technology.
unlike most electronic sensors, VITALERTER ™ products use biosensors. Remote monitoring products based on electronic sensors often rely on wearables and have limited use of the scene. Vettel VITALERter ™ another hardware product, bio-Patch, which is more versatile, and can be attached to the patient's back and chest at any time, allowing real-time monitoring when the patient is moving.
. VITALERTER's cloud analysis algorithms ™ are the company's core technology. Simply put, it is by collecting vibration frequency signals related to the user's environment and specific optical signals, and then by cleaning and classifying the data to obtain data related to the user's vital signs, for example, capturing the heart impact chart-related information and then analyzing the results through complex machine algorithms. "Our detection of vibrations has reached nanoscales, with a margin of error of up to 2% for the sign data," said Miao Rongrong, head of operations for the u-Vettel Medical Technology china.
Biosensors and AI Continuous Monitoring enables Vettel VITALERter ™ a true 7-by-24 hour monitoring. On the core, Vettel VITALERter ™ continueto enrich and develop product potential, but Vettel will continue to subtract on top of the externalized product form.
now, vitalerter ™ can complete the installation of the product in 10 minutes in three steps. Whether it is caregivers or elderly and their families, after reading the product description can be completed installation, in the process of use, it is difficult for users to detect the existence of the product.
cites vitalerter ™ the application of an Australian pension facility, where orders are placed online and, when orders are placed, VITALERter ™ installers can complete the installation of the product with just remote guidance. So far, VITALERTER ™ products have been running at the Australian pension agency for two years.
the future, patch-sized sensors will become more invisible and close." At present, vitalerter ™ third generation of products have iteratively to be as soft and tearable as The Rapa.
it's worth noting that in the business model, Vettel provides services directly through cloud data, without the need for institutional or user investment in IT resources. In addition, Vettel offers a SaaS model service that does not have to bear high hardware costs and decreases as the number of users increases. These two points significantly reduce the cost of adopting cloud monitoring solutions for organizations.
. VITALERTER ™'s intrusive, contactless remote monitoring also plays an important role in fighting the new crown outbreak. VITALERTER ™™ active monitoring protection system like a virtual nurse, helping the nursing team remotely and real-time lying to check the resident's condition, identify early changes in life trends, and isolate suspected residents until a clinical diagnosis is made.
, vitalerter ™'s Vettel Health Box can analyze patient data in real time and alert the patient on a display outside the ward, keep ingest staff safety and restrict access to quarantine areas.
. VITALERER™TM actively studies other monitoring patterns that detect and describe irregular breathing, cough frequency, and core body temperature characteristics, indicating possible onset. In the case of COVID-19, two hospitals in Italy and Panama have begun using vital signs services to monitor the physical condition of patients with new coronavirus bed, effectively saving stressful medical resources and the energy of health care workers, reducing the risk and anxiety of patients with new coronapneumonia in bed, and receiving good feedback.
global landing strategy, and work with the government to promote the
of cloud monitoring. WITH ITS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND FLEXIBLE APPLICABILITY, VITALERTER ™ products are recognized in many countries around the world.
According to Dr. Kane Li, project manager of the China-Israel Bio-Industry Investment Fund in Guangzhou, Israel's pension model has developed earlier in the world, with a greater focus on the development of science, technology and innovation programs. One of its most valuable research interests is the use of machine learning and big data to model the aging process and possible interventions, and its model is already a global leader.
in Israel, VITALERter ™ and Deloitte jointly won a tender-led digital pension scheme from the Israeli Ministry of Health, covering more than 300 Israeli pension institutions with a total of 25,000 beds, with the aim of improving the efficiency of caregivers, reducing the risk of care institutions and digitizing health files across the board. It is also Israel's largest pilot project for pension institutions to date.
the experience of the global floor, Vettel VITALERTER has successfully integrated into the healthcare system in several countries. Miki Ravi says the policy environment is critical to smart pension technology. "In countries like Australia and Israel, the government has good policy subsidies and a well-developed insurance system, which is a big driver for cloud monitoring solutions," he said.
Israel, although it is the "youngest" developed country, continues to pose a challenge to the country's health and social services with its growing ageing population. Israel offers the world many innovative and cutting-edge solutions to the ageing challenge.
late 1980s, the Israeli government pioneered the introduction of long-term care insurance and the Long-Term Care Insurance Act. Israel also ensures that older persons have access to community and institutional care through multi-level pension arrangements such as day-care centres and neighbourhood mutual assistance schemes.
in addition to institutional innovation, Israel has also vigorously promoted scientific and technological innovation in the aged care industry, using AI, telemedicine, precision medicine and other technologies to empower the old-age industry.
January 2018, Israel's Beersheba established Israel's first innovative laboratory for healthy aging, which simulates the living environment of older people to meet the increasingly complex challenges of today's ageing population. The laboratory was co-sponsored by the Negev Digital Innovation Center (CDI), The University of Gurion (BGU), the National Insurance Association of Israel, and others. Vitalerter is also a project running in the innovation lab.
clearly, in China, the old-age technology industry still lags behind foreign countries in terms of policy and institutional support, but in terms of technology solutions, the country can introduce leading solutions without borders. Vettel Vettel is in China with the associated guard.