Asklepios is a smart medical companion for doctors and patients. it’s a Software as service cross-platform that combine the accessibility of the mobile technology with powerful new technology such as Cloud, AI, Cryptography to create a direct communication channel between patients who require a full time palliative care and their doctors.
Asklepios allows physicians to monitor in real time the health status of their patients collected through smartphones interactions and A.I. clinical signs detection and classification.
- Real-time health indicators monitoring
- Easy to use software
- Regular Therapy follow-up
- Medical Data Accessibility
- DSS System for Physicians
- Secured Communication Channel
More than 3 billion people use smartphones in the world. The majority of this population suffer or have a parent suffering from chronic diseases that require a full time medical assistance which isn’t practically possible.
- 11 % of the world population is over than 60 years old and 88% of them has developed at least one chronic disease
- 18 M new cancer diagnosis in the world in 2018 which means 1 of 5 men and 1 of 6 women develop cancer during their lifetime
Asklepios will be a easy to use cross-platform for patients, physicians and health facilities.
Patients will communicate real-time informations about their current health situation depending on their disease (Pain, Nausea, Exhaustion, Fever, Stress, …) through the mobile application.
Doctors will have full access and monitoring of their patients’ health indicators in real time through their application in form of charts and alerts.
This will help the medical staff to take customized therapy decisions : such as therapy switch, lowing the doses, changing of medicine.
The doctors can monitor their patients via their desktop app
The Global E-Health Market is valuated at $ 89 B in 2018 with a 19% growth each year.
mobile technology is growing faster and the mobile or wireless e-health solutions are estimated at 50% of the Global E-Health Market.
- America (North & South)