4 telehealth companies roll out products at CES 2022 

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As telehealth is becoming a mainstay of healthcare, partly spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are exploring ways to improve their telemedicine offerings. Here are four companies that unveiled healthcare-related devices at CES 2022, according to a Jan. 11 report in Time.

1. Neurosphere Virtual Clinic, Abbott (North Chicago, Ill.)

The FDA-approved virtual clinic app allows patients to connect virtually with their physicians. The app also allows physicians to connect to the patient's medical device and remotely conduct treatments such as spinal column stimulation and dorsal root ganglion therapy.

2. Insight at Home, EarlySense (Woburn, Mass.)

The Insight sensor is placed under the patient's mattress and while they sleep, it continuously monitors their heart rate, breathing patterns and movements. It has the ability to flag issues, then, using AI, it can detect health changes and upload them to a cloud. 

3. Jasper digital oncology platform, Jasper Health (New York City)

The platform helps cancer patients organize their care. It allows them to track appointments, medications and symptoms and can connect patients to clinical experts to answer questions.

4. Biosticker and Biobutton, BioIntelliSense (Denver)

These disposable, wearable devices can collect and transmit health data such as skin temperature and body positioning and transmit the information straight to a physician. The BioSticker is FDA approved. 



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