Health@home Hubs are an essential building block for any open remote health monitoring solution due to the ability to provide plug and play interoperability for personal care devices through the use of international standards. LNI’s Health@home product line is the only option in the market that follows the Continua Guidelines for all of its interfaces. This ensures that data is always represented in a manner consistent with clinical requirements. With its standards based architecture, Health@home Hubs will not lock you into a costly cloud based service as data collected by Health@home Hubs can be forwarded to any Continua compliant WAN receiver.
If a cloud based health data delivery service is required, Health@home Hubs may be paired with Health@home Exchange, which is LNI’s standards based web services platform. Health@home Exchange adds data translation and remote Hub management services, allowing organizations to scale and integrate their services.
Application Areas of H@H hubs
- Post operative care transition
- Disaster management
- Field based health data capture
- Reduce the impact on care givers helping people live at home
- Improve the quality of life for those battling chronic conditions
- Consumer Empowerment
- Pharma trials
Health@Home PHG (Personal Health Gateway)
Health@Home Linux Hub is a headless platform capable of receiving data from Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE and USB transports.
Health@Home iOS Hub
Health@Home iOS is an iOS application that receives data measurements from Bluetooth LE devices.
Health@Home Android Hub
Health@home Android is an Android application capable of receiving devices measurements over Bluetooth and Bluetooth Smart transports.
How does Health@Home help provide a standardized solution for Multi-vendor systems?
LNI’s Health@Home Hubs play a vital role in aggregating data from standards based personal health devices. Health@Home Hubs comply with Continua guidelines that allow plug and play of sensor devices and delivery of rich medical information that meets the demand of clinical care providers.
Health@Home Hubs support multiple transports including Bluetooth, USB, ZigBee, and Bluetooth LE. All Health@Home products support all device specializations defined by the Continua 2.0 standard, which is medically accepted in the industry.
Once a hub has obtained sensor information, it will display received measurements and send the data to any Continua-compliant WAN receivers, including LNI’s cloud-based Health@Home Exchange. All Health@Home Hubs have the ability to interoperate with Health@Home Exchange, a web-based service provided by LNI which enables users to create profiles and manage their medical data online.
Health@Home Hubs Support:
- Continua’s PAN/LAN/WAN Interface
- ISO/IEEE 11073-20601 & 11073-103xx Protocol
- Continua’s WAN (HL7 2.6) interface: Converts IEEE 11073 representation to PCD-01
- Bluetooth HDP Interface (Android, Linux)
- Bluetooth LE Interface
- USB Interface (Linux)
- Devices: Glucometer, Blood Pressure Meter, Heart Rate Monitor, Thermometer, Weight Scale, Pulse-Ox and more
- LNI’s Health@Home Exchange platform for Continua Certified end-to-end solution
Why Use Health@Home Hub Products?
Health@Home products are designed to support remote health monitoring services for home and skilled care environments. Home monitoring has been shown to reduce operational and re-admission costs while enabling patients to take charge of their own health through improved access to medical data. Health@Home products can be used with any Continua-Compliant WAN recievers to implement scalable home monitoring solutions. When used in conjunction with Health@Home Exchange, data collected by Health@Home Hub can be delivered to a wide array of both proprietary and standards based electronic health record systems.