New York,  NY 
United States
  • Booth: 1125

A single, all-in-one wireless wearable to remotely manage and monitor a patient. Our device, worn on the upper arm, provides continuous information on the health of a patient at home. Plug-and-go, with no home phone line or internet needed.

Brands: wearables, remote patient monitoring, home healthcare, vital sign monitoring, patient monitoring, activity monitoring, patient engagement, telehealth, digital health, technology enabled care

 Press Releases

  • 24.04.19 

    In February, Edinburgh, Scotland-based Current Health (formerly snap40) received FDA clearance for clinical use of its artificial intelligence-enabled device and platform for remote patient monitoring in the hospital.

    Taking things one step further, the company announced this morning that it has also received the regulator’s blessing for use in post-acute care — what Current Health is calling “the first-ever FDA clearance for end-to-end, real-time, passive [remote patient monitoring] wearable and platform.”

    “The post-acute FDA clearance comes as Current Health is experiencing overwhelming customer demand for its platform, combining its all-in-one wireless wearable, which provides ICU-level accuracy and tracks more vital signs than any other all-in-one wearable available today, with analytics to derive actionable insights,” the company wrote in a statement announcing the news.

    The device at the core of Current Health’s offering is an upper-arm wearable that continuously measures a patient’s vitals. Patients using the platform receive the tracker alongside a tablet that provides a Q&A chatbot, educational content, medication reminders and support for video or text conversations with a clinician.

    Current Health, according to its announcement, is partnered with six large US health systems including Mount Sinai Brooklyn, as well as with the Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust and other UK providers. Of note, the Class II clearance covers the company’s entire platform, including Bluetooth integrations with other devices.


    The “hospital at home” movement driven by at-home remote monitoring technologies offers an opportunity to limit expensive hospital stays while keeping patients happily with their loved ones. And, for those post-acute patients whose conditions do take a turn for the worse, remote monitoring platforms help to promptly reconnect them to professional care.

    “Our rapidly growing customer base indicates how focussed health systems and home health agencies are on moving more healthcare from hospital to home,” Current Health CEO and cofounder Christopher McCann said in a statement. “Today, Current is helping them do just that by monitoring patients’ health trajectories to enable earlier interventions, reduce the overall and growing cost of hospital readmissions and, more importantly, prevent avoidable deaths. But more fundamentally we’re building a future where healthcare comes to us. Patients don’t always know when to call their doctor. Current Health will.”

    by David Muoio for Mobi Health News 


  • Current Health
    Current Health's FDA-cleared wireless wearable measures a patient’s real-time vital signs & mobility continuously. Current's AI platform then translates this data to send precise actionable insights to healthcare staff so proactive care can be delivered....

  • Current Health helps home healthcare providers to identify high-risk patients earlier at home. Our FDA-cleared wireless, wearable reliably captures a range of real-time vital signs, as well as integrates seamlessly with a range of other best-in-class devices. This gives the most complete real-time picture of human health available. Current then turns that data into an advanced early warning alert that allows healthcare professionals to intervene earlier to help reduce readmissions, improve clinical outcomes, and save lives. Current Health holds Class II FDA 510(k) clearance for use across hospital and home. Our platform utilizes the latest enterprise security and is fully HIPAA-compliant. 

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