“It alleviates the challenges of interoperability by making it easier for customers to liberate data from a patient’s medical device through seamless data acquisition and transmission to the manufacturer’s interface of choice,” said Qualcomm Life.
The servce will make use of Qualcomm’s 2net Platform and Tunstall will add the 2net Hub and mobile applications to its product portfolio, in addition to integrating 2net into Tunstall existing telehealth systems.
“We value the opportunity to work with Tunstall, because they bring a world-renowned reputation, industry experience and proven results in scalability, which supports our mission to broaden the scope of telehealthcare. As health care monitoring shifts from acute-care settings to less-costly settings, like the patient’s home, our 2net Platform is bridging the technology gap,” said Rick Valencia, senior vice president and general manager of Qualcomm Life.
According to Steve Sadler, CTO, Tunstall, this is an important step in the development of its bespoke care services, as we move towards “an increasingly open-standard model of care provision”.
“By joining the Qualcomm Life Ecosystem and integrating with the 2net Platform, we’re able to provide our customers with access to a single source of information,” said Sadler.