There was a time when CES’ annual takeover of Las Vegas was about as reliable as the passing of seasons, but the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed this year’s event into the first all-digital show of the trade convention’s decades-long history. In lieu of crowded conference halls, on-stage keynotes and late-night parties, attendees are logging on to watch consumer technology’s major names discuss upcoming trends in virtual fireside chats and Brady Bunch-esque roundtables.
Amidst all of this, companies big and small are again pulling back the curtains from their newest health and wellness technologies, with offerings ranging from remote sensors to smartphone apps to a non-invasive glucose monitor. Read on below for MobiHealthNews’ list of CES 2021’s product announcements (and check back throughout the week as the reveals keep rolling in).
Omron Healthcare, the maker of a range of medical devices for professional and consumer use, is taking its first stab at remote patient monitoring.
Called VitalSight, the product is a clinician-provided home kit that includes a connected blood pressure monitor and a data hub. The technology can be integrated into an EHR system, allowing doctors to view patients’ data within their records or through a data analysis and automatic notification dashboard built by the company. The company said it will be partnering