Validic Inc., a market-leading digital health and personalized care company, continues to expand its personalized care solution with the integration of Smart Meter cellular devices. This integration gives patients and clinicians participating in Validic-powered remote monitoring programs the option of using cellular-enabled monitoring devices supplied by Smart Meter, a leading connected health solution supplier to a growing nationwide network of customers.

Smart Meter, with its proprietary cellular FDA-registered monitoring devices, provides a convenient solution for clinicians and patients to consistently monitor vital signs at home, aiding in better healthcare management. Their range of devices includes blood pressure monitors, glucose meters, pulse oximeters, and weight scales, all designed to simplify the process of tracking health metrics. Smart Meter focuses on offering remote monitoring solutions tailored to address prevalent chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, COPD, COVID-19, congestive heart failure, and weight-related diseases.

“Our proprietary cellular-enabled monitoring tools simplify health monitoring for clinicians and patients in remote care management programs, allowing them to focus on managing their health,” stated Bill Bassett, chief marketing officer of Smart Meter. “By empowering individuals with easy-to-use tools for regular health monitoring, we aim to enhance patient care and well-being.”

Validic’s personalized care solution integrates patient-generated health data from wearables and home health devices into the electronic health record, giving clinicians and patients a complete view of health status that incorporates data collected continuously, not just the data available during an appointment. They can have more meaningful and informed conversations about a patient’s health situation and use all the data available to personalize care and treatment.

The addition of Smart Meter cellular-enabled home health devices brings an added layer of health equity into the Validic platform by lowering technology literacy barriers.

“Technology should be so easy to use that it becomes invisible to the person using it,” said Validic CEO Drew Schiller. “The addition of Smart Meter cellular-enabled health monitoring devices to our platform offers another option to help people, particularly those challenged with serious chronic health conditions, focus on improving health and living their best lives.”