Product Solutions

The 'Alertahealth' Telemedicine Platform

AlertaHealth Platform

  • Comprehensive platform for remote patient care monitoring.
  • Dramatically lowers cost of providing care for chronic illness, post operative monitoring and clinical trials.
  • Create and manage personalized care programs for patients with clinical grade monitors, video conferencing, surveys and real-time alerts.
  • Integrates with EHR and care management platforms.

Health Care

Proprietary platform that allows patients to upload data in real time to the cloud and alerting healthcare professionals on patient status and health.


CareHub is a medical portal for patient interaction and data collection. The CareHub has a simple, focused interface that helps…


CareTeam is a gateway for collecting health data and interacts with patients and clinical team.


CareCloud is a gateway for collecting health data and interacts with patients, developers, researchers and clinical teams.


A central location allowing the caregiver an efficient way to monitor patient results and quickly identify concerns.

Patented Technology

  • Dedicated patient portal integrates patient UI, data collection from medical devices, and network connectivity.
  • Encryption on the CareHub with secure cloud key management in the CareCloud.
  • Manages patient monitoring, and clinical interactions.
  • Able to operate autonomously without network connection.
  • Patients can ask CareHub o take biometric measurements, inquire what their next task is or ask to connect to a caregiver using Amazon Voice Service (AVS).
  • Provides touch and video interfaces.
  • Update and customize UI without patient involvement.
  • UI and UX enhances the patient experience.
  • Delivers live patient experience with video conferencing and instant uploads for medical data.

AlertaHealth Values

Engages patients to manage their health and provides caregivers a flexible way to manage home health monitoring

Patient Monitoring

  • Engages patients to manage their care Monitors patient vitals with clinical-grade devices
  • Schedule appointments
  • Interactive video checkups, patient reports and surveys
  • Increases access to treatments
  • Eliminates wait time & travel costs
  • Extends care to rural areas

Reduction in Hospitalizations

Total Cost Reduction by 27%

Disease Management

  • Manage chronic disease, such as Asthma, Diabetes, Heart Disease
  • Continuously evaluates health status
  • Reduces readmission rate
  • Monitor multiple conditions
  • Reduce associated costs by proactively identifying and treating chronic conditions
  • Coordinated health care interventions and communications

Reduction in Hospitalizations

Saved $8000 per Patient

Tele Health

  • Brings clinician to where the patient lives, via the Internet
  • Supports patients with mobility issues
  • Provides greater insight into patient health day-to-day with home monitoring
  • Secure messaging, video conferencing
  • Schedule appointments
  • Patient surveys and medical incident reports
  • Reduces costs

Reduction in Hospitalizations

11% Cost Savings

Wearable Medical Devices

Wearable medical devices are portable, often compact electronic devices designed to monitor and track various health-related parameters. These devices are typically worn on the body, providing continuous or periodic data collection, and they may include features such as sensors, wireless connectivity, and data storage.

We aim to enhance personal health management, promote preventive care, and enable individuals to monitor their well-being in real-time.

Examples of wearable medical devices include fitness trackers, smartwatches with health monitoring capabilities, continuous glucose monitors, and wearable electrocardiogram (ECG) devices.

Clinical Grade Devices

Blood Pressure & Glucose

Measures both blood pressure (systolic & diastolic) and blood glucose levels in the blood stream.

Pulse Oximeter

A fingertip pulse oximeter that measures oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse.


A wireless scale for tracking body weight.


A handheld spirometer used to measure lung conditions with respect to forced vital capacity (FVC).


Digital stethoscope with recording for heart and lung sounds.


A Bluetooth ear thermometer to measure body temperature.

Clinical References

Twenty years of telemedicine in chronic disease management – an evidence synthesis, Richard Wootton