A continuous health care platform enabling telemonitoring, televisit, teleprescription and geolocalization services through a smartphone app

Current challenges

The Covid-19 crisis forced healthcare institutions and regulatory bodies to turn to alternative ways of providing healthcare while limiting exposure to the virus. 

How can doctors and healthcare providers communicate and monitor their patients in real-time and in a safe way? Telehealth services are the ideal solution to accelerate the restart phase and encourage the development and adoption of digital technology in the healthcare ecosystem. 

We introduce you to the SDG Group powered application, DocDot, a revolutionary AI-assisted remote diagnosis app, recognized by The World Health Organization (WHO) and Forbes as being one of the most innovative digital health solutions worldwide.

Through the SDG Group powered application, DocDot, healthcare providers and doctors now have the ability to collect relevant clinical data through telemonitoring, televisit and georeferenced teleprescription services which enable remote early diagnostic assessment and monitoring of patients in real-time and in a safe way.

An integrated system, consisting of telehealth services and a dashboard able to collect measurements, process them and extract the necessary information for an initial triage in real-time

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Supporting USCA (Special Units of Continuity of Care) and health professionals

Thanks to a special triage tool, DocDot gives caregivers and healthcare professionals the ability to transform the diagnosis, management and treatment process to a fast, easy and safe process.
 
The DocDot app uses a unique combination of light signal processing and AI to convert the light reflected from blood vessels in your face into highly accurate real-time vital sign measurements. And it does all of this using only a smartphone camera.
The science behind this is remote photoplethysmographic (rPPG) measurement of key vital parameters via smartphone camera (oxygen saturation, heart and respiratory rate and HRV, in baseline condition or after 6-minutes  walking test*) 

This offers a new way of telehealth services by enabling: 

  • Monitoring which can be programmed and used for further statistical modelling in real-life conditions
  • A web-based control panel which gives the caregiver the results in real-time on a cloud-based architecture, in order to profile risk levels, assign priorities, schedule and execute televisits and teleprescriptions.
  • The possibility to map the geo-referencing of assessments performed, either individually or in aggregate for patients in care.

In addition, DocDot allows sharing of its data, exported and imported from, to, and with all major national and regional platforms, including geo-referencing data, and clinical management platforms used by GPs. This is all done through a technological infrastructure compliant with current European regulations, in particular with regard to privacy and security of data and processes.


*Pinna GD, Opasich C, Mazza A, Tangenti A, Maestri R, Sanarico M. Reproducibility of the six-minute walking test in chronic heart failure patients. Statistics in medicine. 2000;19(22):3087-94.

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DocDot uses a light signal processing technology called remote photoplethysmography (rPPG), to enable smartphone cameras to record the light reflection by the blood vessels flowing beneath your skin. The blood volume in this microvascular tissue varies in response to changes in respiration, blood pressure, and other vital processes, allowing these variations to be converted, using proven parameters, into vital sign measurements. Independent clinical trials show over 90% of measurements to be as accurate as hospital-grade monitors.

  • Heart rate (BPM)
  • Oxygen saturation (Sp02)
  • Respiration (rpm)
  • Heart Rate Variability (HRV)
  • Stress (Baesky’s and US/European Index)

Once collected, the data can be processed in any way to respond to the different organization's needs. 
Furthermore, DocDot allows doctors and healthcare organizations to constantly control and create content related to the patient by centralizing all data through the central dashboard. It offers possibilities of integration with other health data and the possibility of having the data of the whole organization stored in one place.

SDG Group offers not only this solution, but also the infrastructure and data management support and the modeling of advanced analytics algorithms for analysis and preventive uses.

The system is available in Italian and English and is designed to be able to select the languages of the APP based on the active language in the operating system of the receiving smartphone.