We are launching!

HHearts team is excited to announce the launch of our product, HHearts Net, a mobile application that, acting as an intermediary between your sports tracker and mobile phone, will transform raw data collected by your sports tracker into actionable information, increasing the practical value delivered by fitness trackers and smartwatches.

The idea behind this product (or some would rather call it a service) was borne out of the fact that whenever we talk about eHealth, or mHealth in particular, one of the issues is the lack of practical value delivered by fitness trackers and smartwatches– it is not clear what exactly one is supposed to make of the data collected by the devices – knowing your heart rate or blood pressure does not mean much unless you are a healthcare professional whoknows how to read these data

Our service acts as an interpreter of sorts and promptly warns you of any abnormalities in your heart’s activity so that you could give it the help it needs in time.

The beta version of our service will be available starting from April, 2018.

We are looking forward to its release, even though we admit that it might be a bit rough around the edges... well, beta is beta. However, on the other hand, it means that your every suggestion will be heard and, wherever possible, integrated into subsequent releases. So, feel free to pre-order our service to be the first to try it out and get in touch with us to request alterations/additions/anything else you heart desires!

The beta version will:

  • Keep a log of your heart data
  • Diagnose such conditions as tachycardia, bradycardia, and atrial arrhythmia
  • Show how stable your heart rate is in both resting and elevated states
  • Let you enable push notifications to remind you that you need to take your medication
  • Allow you to enter your temperature and blood pressure data right into the app for future reference

So far, our mobile application supports such fitness trackers as AppleWatch, FitBit, and Mio. Learn why.

We will continue working on our app functionality and the final version will allow for seamless integration with your trusted hospital and/or cardiologist.

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