The conceptual 'Hplus' health-monitoring devices have been designed as a set of style-conscious solutions for those who live with common health conditions to provide a sense of empathy to users.
Designed by Matt Canham, the various devices in the collection provide support for nine common health conditions by analyzing urine, blood and more. The data from the test samples is then relayed to the user's smartphone to allow for analysis by the patient and even allow results to be sent to a doctor to allow for continuous monitoring.
The conceptual 'Hplus' health-monitoring devices were explained by Canham who said, "The project is designed to alleviate the pressure on general practitioners, by allowing patients to monitor elements of their condition that wouldn’t normally be possible with in-home devices. Underlying this aim, there is a core belief that functional devices should be intuitive and beautiful."
The 'Hplus' Health Devices Monitor Nine Common Conditions
1. Style-conscious Health Devices - The 'Hplus' health-monitoring devices provide a sense of empathy to users by combining health functionality with stylish design.
2. Continuous Health Monitoring - The 'Hplus' devices allow for continuous monitoring of nine common health conditions, empowering patients to take control of their own health.
3. Smartphone-connected Health Solutions - By relaying test samples to the user's smartphone, the 'Hplus' devices enable patients to easily analyze their health data and share results with doctors.
1. Healthcare Technology - The 'Hplus' devices represent a disruptive innovation opportunity in the healthcare technology industry, blending style and functionality in health-monitoring devices.
2. Wearable Technology - As stylish and connected health devices, the 'Hplus' collection presents an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the wearable technology industry by catering to users' fashion preferences.
3. Remote Healthcare Monitoring - With their ability to continuously monitor and relay health data, the 'Hplus' devices have the potential to disrupt the remote healthcare monitoring industry, enabling patients to conveniently track their conditions from home.