Omnipod from Insulet Corporation [NASDAQ:PODD]: Pioneering the Future of Insulin Delivery

Top 10 Wearable Medical Devices Solution Companies - 2020

Monitoring physiological parameters has never been more accessible, thanks to wearable technologies. These technologies have not only transformed the way people monitor their vitals but also present a multitude of medical solutions. Wearable medical devices are customer friendly and offer real-time data for physicians to analyze. Wearable technologies have a wide range of potential applications in the healthcare sector, such as EKG monitoring watches and continuous glucose monitoring systems.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has slowly made its way into all areas of business. The recent advancements in technology have now enabled AI wearable devices that can measure multiple vital signs. These are not just beneficial for patients, but also for doctors between house visits. With diseases such as Alzheimer's, patients' walking mechanisms, or gait, are often impaired. Gait speed, symmetry, and stride length are typically reduced in patients with the disease, and their walking pace is much more variable. These can be traditionally identified through clinical assessment or by a physician. Now thanks to wearable technology, sensors within smartphones, watches, and other wearables provide accurate data regarding the patient's gait, offering a way to continuously monitor a patient's walking habits. These data can be further enhanced using contact sensors in shoes or socks that make not of pressure readings.

Athletes have been leveraging wearable technology for years to keep track of their vitals. Today, sensors can be used to identify how much electrolytes a person is losing while exercising. Athletes can use these sensors to determine when they need to replenish their electrolytes and fluids. The technology collects and analyses perspiration from the athlete's body to monitor fluid levels.

In an attempt to help our readers identify the companies that satisfy their need for wearable technology, we have prepared a list of the most promising companies in the field of wearable medical devices. We present to you MD Tech Reviews' Top 10 Wearable Medical Devices Solution Providers - 2020.'

    Top Wearable Medical Devices Solution Companies

  • Omnipod DASH System (from Insulet Corporation) provides a unique alternative to traditional insulin delivery methods that brings simplicity and freedom to people living with diabetes. Insulet Corporation, headquartered in Massachusetts, is an innovative medical device company dedicated to making the lives of people with diabetes and other conditions more accessible through the use of its Omnipod product platform. The Omnipod Insulin Management System provides a unique alternative to traditional insulin delivery methods. With its simple, wearable design, the disposable Pod provides up to three days of non-stop insulin delivery, without the need to see or handle a needle.

  • AliveCor


    AliveCor, Inc. is pioneering the creation of FDA-cleared machine learning techniques to enable proactive heart care and is recognized around the world for transforming cardiac care. The FDA-cleared KardiaMobile is the most clinically-validated mobile EKG solution on the market. It is recommended by leading cardiologists and used by people worldwide for accurate EKG recordings. KardiaMobile, and KardiaBand, when paired with the Kardia app, provide instant analysis for detecting atrial fibrillation (AF) and normal sinus rhythm in an EKG.

  • Bioformis


    Biofourmis is a fast-growing digital health company filled with committed, passionate people who care about augmenting personalized care and empowering people with complex chronic conditions to live better and healthier lives. The company is pioneering an entirely new category of medicine, by developing clinically validated software-based therapeutics to provide better outcomes for patients, smarter engagement and tracking tools for clinicians, and cost-effective solutions for payers. Biofourmis has built Biovitals®, a highly sophisticated personalized AI-powered health analytics platform that predicts clinical worsening in advance of a critical event, which is the backbone of their digital therapeutics’ product pipeline across multiple therapeutic areas.

  • Cardiac Insight

    Cardiac Insight

    Cardiac Insight, Inc. is a privately held medical device company based in Seattle, WA. Cardiac Insight is developing advanced, body-worn ECG sensing technology aimed at the early diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AF) and other conditions. Earlier last year, the company announced a strategic collaboration with Welch Allyn, now part of the Hill-Rom family of companies, for the distribution rights of certain products and technologies offered by Cardiac Insight.

  • dorsaVi


    dorsaVi is a biotechnology company focused on developing innovative motion analysis device technologies. dorsaVi's products are used by elite athletes and sporting teams, corporate OH&S and health care professionals managing back pain and sports injuries. dorsaVi's revolutionary wireless technology is designed to accurately and objectively measure and analyze the way we move. The company's tiny instruments precisely measure how people bend, twist and step, including accelerometers, magnetometers and gyroscopes. These components, paired with patented algorithms, allow dorsaVi to accurately measure movement at a variety of different places on the human body.

  • Empatica


    Empatica is an affective computing company, focused on human data analytics, developing groundbreaking wearable devices with medical quality sensing. Empatica, an MIT spin-off, is a pioneer in offering continuous, passive, and unobtrusive monitoring for patients with neurological conditions. Their technology comprises a set of wristband, software running on smartphone and desktop computing, plus real-time syncing with a cloud computing service.

  • iRhythm technologies

    iRhythm technologies

    iRhythm is a digital healthcare company redefining the way cardiac arrhythmias are clinically diagnosed by combining our wearable biosensing technology with cloud-based data analytics and machine- learning capabilities. The company's goal is to be the leading provider of a first-line ambulatory electrocardiogram, or ECG, monitoring for patients at risk for arrhythmias. We have created a unique platform, ZIO by iRhythm, which allows physicians to diagnose many arrhythmias more quickly and efficiently than traditional technologies, avoiding multiple indeterminate tests, allowing for appropriate medical intervention and potentially avoiding more serious downstream medical events, including stroke.

  • MC10


    MC10 reshapes electronics to create thin, conformal systems that flex, stretch, and bend seamlessly with the natural world. The company combines breakthrough technology with innovative engineering to develop products that advance the quality of life. MC10 is headquartered in Lexington, MA. BioStamp nPoint is an FDA 510(k) cleared medical device designed to collect medical-grade, clinical quality bio-metric, physiological and eCOA data in a clinical trial setting.

  • Theranica


    Theranica brings electrical neuromodulation therapy to a new level. The company developed Nerivio, a fully-integrated and self-contained family of therapeutic devices suited to be worn everywhere and at any time. An attractive and easy-to-use smartphone application operates the devices. The company envisions a world in which every person has access to smart and affordable, friendly and intuitive, non-invasive and non-pharmacological medical therapy wearables. Theranica believes everyone deserves an enhanced quality of life without hassle or side effects.

  • Zansors


    Zansors makes medical-grade wearable health sensors and mobile apps to help capture your personal health analytics. The company's technology is evidence-based and developed in conjunction with medical researchers, clinicians and biostatisticians to identify and treat real health problems. Zansors' wearable health sensors and apps are tools, not toys. Many of today's health trackers are toys—they may provide interesting information, but often it's inaccurate and doesn't help you resolve your health issue.