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Activ8rlives 3.0 Health and Food Diary Self-Monitoring App

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Activ8rlives 3.0 Health and Food Diary Self-Monitoring App

Aseptika has released the third generation of its Activ8rlives Health and Food Diary tracking App to support its Activ8rlives health and wellbeing solution.

The user interface is brighter, cleaner and easier to navigate. Detailed help, instruction wizards and embedded instructions are available within the App on every screen.

New trackers are now standard, new graphing, new device integration and colour-coding to enable the user to quickly understand where a health tracker or vital sign should be to indicate good health.

Activ8rlives 3.0 Health and Food Diary App works with a full range of consumer and medical devices. Data is stored and can be shared with family supporters or carers online. Those who wish to can also share their data with their medical staff using a dedicated clinician’s portal.

The new Activ8rlives 3.0 Health and Food Diary App has been completely rewritten from the ground-up. This has accelerated the speed at which it processes and displays the increasing amount of information that the user can collect. It has greatly enhanced the quality of the user experience and has added a trend-setting level of support and education about health, enabling the user to learn how to monitor their own vital signs and how to interpret them.

Restructuring the App is in preparation for CE marking as a certified medical device (initially Class 1). Data generated by the user and stored within Activ8rlives can then be accepted by clinicians World-over and used in partnership with their patients in support of self-management programmes.

This development also prepares for the integration of the Company’s third generation of medical monitors such as the BuddyWOTCH™ and the EyKos™ home hub system, in which patients with Long-Term Conditions will be warned of an impending respiratory failure and the flare-up (exacerbation) of chest infections. The integration, validation and certification of the complete solutions as a medical device, is becoming increasingly important as healthcare providers begin adopting new technologies driven by escalating demand.

Part of Activ8rlives’ restructuring builds in future capability to seamlessly bring information into and out of it (interoperability) so that information can be exchanged with other software selected by the user. This will soon include the ability to share data with Apple’s iPhone-based HealthKit™, Samsung’s S Health™ online platform and the UK’s NHS data systems as the standards for data exchange and information security are defined by the NHS throughout 2015/2016.

It also paves the way for Activ8rlives to merge medical data from NHS systems so that lay people can understand this information.

Kevin A. Auton, Ph.D., Founder and Managing Director of Aseptika Ltd, said of the new version:

“Data generated by the users of Activ8rlives belongs to the user. What our customers choose to do with this information and who they share it with is their choice. This freedom of choice is part of being a member of a new and growing generation of educated, empowered and engaged patients as people World-wide begin to self-manage their health and that of their families. We want Activ8rlives and our growing range of products to be a simple set of tools to make this easier for everyone of all ages and technical abilities.”

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