Continuous Non-Invasive Monitoring using a Single Touch Point

Our solution allows clinicians to monitor over 15 hemodynamic parameters continuously and non-invasively with a single touch point at the wrist

Our solution goes one step forward to predict decompensation events over a month in advance, allowing clinicians ample time to modify treatment and prevent fatal events

Continuous monitoring for every patient
Continuous monitoring for every patient
Continuous monitoring for every patient
Continuous monitoring for every patient
Monitor

Monitor

The Pareto Monitor allows for continuous non-invasive monitoring of over 20 physiological parameters crucial to keeping a patient safe and healthy. Our single touch point wrist wearable device allows for better compliance and improvement in quality of life.

Monitor

Detect

Pareto Care solution detects any anomalies in real-time. We have developed algorithms to not just detect rule based threshold anomalies, but also pattern based anomalies in any of the 20 monitored parameters.

Detect
Predict

Predict

For us this is where care begins. Predicting health deterioration is the key to achieving our purpose. Our Care solution predicts various fatal events like Heart Failure Decompensation days before occurrence.

Monitor

Modify Treatment

Our platform allows us to use predictive information and real-time detected health deterioration information to modify a patient’s treatment within seconds through the doctors portal.

Modify Treatment

Potential Impact at Glace

Improved Outcomes

Improved Outcomes

Reduction in Hospital Readmission Rates by 46%

Reduction in length of Hospital Stay by 52% (from 105 days to 49.5 days)

Reduction Mortality Rate by 10%

Lower Costs

Lower Costs

Reduction costs by $112,342 per 3 months per patient

A 63% reduction in HF Mangament costs

National cost of care for HF hospitalizations could be reduction from $8 billion to $4.2 billion based on reducing LOS using remote continuous monitoring

Seto, Emily, et al. “Cost Comparison Between Telemonitoring and Usual Care of Heart Failure: A Systematic Review.” Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Publishers, 25 Sept. 2008