Healthcare Industry

Our advanced software solutions revolutionize patient monitoring and health management in the world of digital healthcare. Seamlessly integrating with healthcare devices, our innovative technology simplifies processes, enhances efficiency, and ensures security.

Human health directly or indirectly influences every aspect of modern life – a healthy population translates to a healthy community, society, and economy. Financial, socioeconomic, political, and cultural differences significantly impact the state of a nation’s public health. However, regardless of these differentiators, the potential of healthcare IoT is extremely promising.

Key Insights Shaping Healthcare



The widespread adoption of telehealth services is reshaping healthcare delivery

AI Technologies


AI and machine learning are transforming diagnostics and treatment



A shift towards value-based care models prioritizes patient outcomes and wellness

Healthcare Innovations

  • Telemedicine and Telehealth

    Telemedicine and telehealth have revolutionized healthcare delivery by allowing patients to consult with healthcare professionals remotely. Through video calls, text messages, and mobile apps, patients can receive medical advice, diagnoses, and even prescriptions without the need for in-person visits. This innovation has become especially vital during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing a safe and convenient way to access healthcare services.

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare

    AI is transforming healthcare in various ways, from diagnosis and treatment recommendations to drug discovery and patient management. Machine learning algorithms can analyze vast amounts of medical data to identify patterns and predict disease outcomes. AI-driven chatbots can provide patients with information and support, and robotic surgery systems offer precision and minimally invasive procedures. AI has the potential to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare across the board.

  • Wearable Health Devices

    Wearable IoT devices, such as fitness trackers, smartwatches, and medical-grade sensors, allow individuals to monitor their health in real-time. These devices can track vital signs, physical activity, sleep patterns, and more. They provide valuable data for both patients and healthcare providers, helping to manage chronic conditions, detect early warning signs, and encourage healthier lifestyles.

  • Remote Patient Monitoring

    IoT-enabled remote patient monitoring systems allow healthcare providers to keep track of patients’ health outside of traditional clinical settings. Devices like connected blood pressure monitors, glucose meters, and ECG sensors transmit data to healthcare professionals in real-time. This helps with early detection of health issues, reduces the need for frequent hospital visits, and enables more personalized care.

  • Electronic Health Records

    An electronic health record (EHR) is software that’s used to securely document, store, retrieve, share, and analyze information about individual patient care. EHRs are hosted on computers either locally (in the practice office) or remotely. Remote EHR systems are described as “cloud-based” or “internet-based.”

    With a huge percent of office-based clinicians and  hospitals in the United States and EU countries using an EHR system, nearly all practices have an immediate, practical interest in improving the efficiency and use of their EHRs. Some practices may be considering a replacement acquisition of an EHR to better care for their patients and reduce the burden on clinicians who need to use the EHR.

  • Medication Adherence Systems

    IoT technology is being used to improve medication adherence through smart pill dispensers and medication management apps. These devices remind patients to take their medications at the right time and can notify caregivers or healthcare providers if doses are missed. Ensuring medication adherence is crucial for managing chronic conditions and preventing health complications.

  • Smart Healthcare Facilities

    IoT is used to create “smart” healthcare facilities by connecting various devices and systems. This includes hospital beds that can monitor patient vital signs, lighting systems that adjust to improve patient well-being, and inventory management systems that automatically restock medical supplies. These innovations enhance patient care, improve efficiency, and reduce costs in healthcare settings.

  • Software as a Medical Device (SaMD)

    SaMD, designed specifically for medical purposes, intersects with IoT, creating a dynamic healthcare ecosystem. Our solutions harness the power of connected devices for real-time data analysis, transforming patient care.

    Discover unparalleled benefits:

    – Precision Diagnostics: Elevate the accuracy and speed of diagnostics for informed decision-making.

    – Remote Monitoring: Enable continuous patient monitoring, facilitating timely interventions and personalized care plans.

    – Data Security and Compliance: Prioritize patient confidentiality with robust security measures, ensuring compliance with healthcare regulations.

    – Seamless Integration: Our solutions effortlessly integrate with existing healthcare systems, providing a cohesive patient care experience.

  • SMART on FHIR apps development

    Our SMART on FHIR apps seamlessly communicate with diverse healthcare systems, ensuring the exchange of critical patient information. Unlock the full potential of healthcare data, providing real-time access to clinicians and patients. Tailor applications to meet specific healthcare needs for a personalized and responsive user experience.

    Experience optimized clinical workflows, improved efficiency for healthcare providers, and enhanced patient engagement through access to real-time health data. Our applications are designed for scalability, adapting to the evolving needs of healthcare providers and organizations.

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is the network of Internet-connected medical devices, hardware infrastructure, and software applications used to connect healthcare information technology.

The broader Internet of Things (IoT) includes the network of all Internet-connected devices, including: internet connected factory equipment, biometric cybersecurity scanners, and autonomous farming equipment. IoMT is focused specifically on healthcare and medical applications.

Healthcare professionals use IoMT sensors and other tracking systems to track all of these interactions so that administrators can get a comprehensive understanding of what is going on.

Healthcare Cases

CybioTech CRM Systems

CRM web app for document management, internal communication, patient details, 3D scan previews, and procedure/surgery tracking

Teledoctor SaaS

Medical SaaS for audio-video and text communications

Vital RPM

Remote patient monitoring system is a safe and efficient way to monitor patients in nurses homes

Clinic Referral Hub

Simple service for referrals of medical patients between clinics and practices for additional consultations

HeartStream Analytics

BLE-connected ECG monitor with mobile and IoT integration for data collection and analysis

IoT-based telemedicine and telehealth are transforming the healthcare industry by providing remote healthcare services to patients. From remote patient monitoring to virtual consultations, IoT devices have numerous applications in telemedicine and telehealth.

The advantages of these technologies include improved access to healthcare, reduced cost of healthcare, improved patient outcomes, convenience, and increased efficiency.

As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, IoT-based telemedicine and telehealth are poised to play a significant role in the future of healthcare.


IoT in the automotive industry connects vehicles to the internet, enhancing safety, efficiency, and the overall driving experience.

Smart Home

Smart home tech connects and controls devices for convenience, efficiency, and security, streamlining daily life.

Industry 4.0

IoT in Industry 4.0 combines manufacturing and connectivity to create smarter, more efficient factories.


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