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More sensors. More Fun.

For just wearing a watch there’s a lot of data here. Imagine if all your patients wore this and you and your office had full access to it. You could establish standards for different classes of patients. You have an ability to:

Trigger an intervention
Establish a goal
Provide feedback to the patient through the watch
Customize a program for individual patients
Some patients can be placed in a formal RPM service that include personal contact and encouragement.There is a lot of variability in patient behavior and participation in the healthcare process. Many are only seen when an acute event happens. Not the ideal time to first initiate involvement of a physician.

These sensors are coming, they’re connected and costs are dropping. Middle income groups will take them up in large numbers first, hopefully they will bring their parents into using them when they find the health benefits.

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Don Wickelgren
Don Wicklegren is Xilium's founder. He is a technologist by profession who started his career pre-internet in remote medical technology and learning. He has worked in both small and large corporations with world-wide remote staff and became a part of the team who developed the first commercial internet. As an entrepreneur, he started his first technology company in 2001. In Xilium, he focuses on innovating solutions for the US healthcare system.
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