Meredith: Have to do pre-op examinations, blood test, MRI scans, collect EHR. Why can't it be much easier?
Mary: My periods have been really irregular and I have also gained weight recently. I am not sure what is going on!
User Case 1: Mary is a student who has undiagnosed PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). She has been experiencing very irregular periods and unexpected weight gain, but is not sure what is causing this.User Case 2: John is an adult that has undiagnosed hypoglycemia. He has a fast heartbeat after exercising, especially if he does not eat breakfast before. He also shakes when he plays basketball, which are common symptoms of hypoglycemia. User Case3: Meredith is a physician who needs to check her patients' health situations everyday. Everytime there is a new patient or a new surgery, she has to arrange the patient for various tests like blood test, MRI scans or CT scans, and she also has to load all this info into the EHR system with some of her colleagues. She wants all these steps to be done more automatically and efficiently.
John: Why am I feeling sick? I think I'm going to faint during this basketball game. Wish I eat breakfast.
My apple watch can help me track my health, fitness, mindfulness, and sleep. But these features are separated and not detailed enough. I would also like to know if any of my health symptoms can be recorded or detected by my Apple Watch.
Our Solution:- 1) An application that can track symptoms from wearable devices like Apple Watch, and pre-diagnose users with common diseases like PCOS.- 2) Manage all health related information in one app, the function modules include sleep, fitness, medication, and other health indicators. This app could make use of AI to analyze users’ health conditions and provide suggestions for users in time.- 3) The app could integrate with EHR systems the hospital used to fill the patient’s medical history in one-click.
My Oura ring helps me track my sleep very well, but I don't wear too many wearable devices. And there are so many apps to track my health, I wish they were on the same platform.