InstaMD Indiegogo Campaign For Its Multi-Use Health Monitoring Headset.
A startup company specializing in patent centric health technology, InstaMD, has recently launched an Indigogo crowdfunding campaign for their debut product, the Multi-Use InstaMD Headset.
This headset works in conjunction with any existing stethoscope to record amplified, high-quality sound that can be archived for independent patient tracking or shared with a patient’s medical provider. Along side with his recent launching of their Indiegogo campaign, the InstaMD team shall also be at the TiEcon Conference held in Santa Clara this coming week.
The InstaMD Multi-Use Headset is easily attachable to any stethoscope and provider use with the capability to record the hear, lung or GI sounds, which will then be uploaded directly to the InstaMD provided web and mobile applications. Users with access to the InstaMD web and mobile applications will be able to record and archive their audio file and, if they wish too, share their information with their medical provider in real-time.
For the very first time, convenient audio and health monitoring are available for consumers through any computer or smart mobile device. To make things simple, InstaMD’s Multi-Use Headset is creating advanced health monitoring more convenient and cost-effective then it ever was before.
“Our primary goal is to make monitoring your health simpler,” said Dr. Subbarao Myla, Co-founder of InstaMD. “By giving people the opportunity to engage more meaningfully and frequently to their provider, we hope to create a healthier society.”
The headset provides those who are concerned about their health and wellness with great medium for monitoring and storing their vitals. Furthermore, it provides patients with the mobility concer or other various disabilities the opportunity to connect with teir physicians remotely, eliminating the need for scheduling troublesome or tiresome office visits.
“InstaMD’s headset and future line of vitals products provide a cost-effective means to track and share your health information,” said Myla. “We are bridging the gap with our devices. Patients no longer have to wait for the next available appointment when they have a concern nor do they have to go months and months without any contact or ‘check-in’ with their provider. When a patient feels that they need to share a clip of their heart rhythm with a Cardiologist because it sounded or felt strange to them on a Tuesday, they will have the ability to connect and share their clip on that Tuesday. No more will patients have to take a passive role in their health; InstaMD is empowering the patient to take control of their health from their living room.”