As more and more aggregators of health tracking devices vie to gain traction in the marketplace, it will be interesting to see which digital health apps and devices they choose as partners
Tingbin Tang (“you can call me Ben,” he says, and Chief Creative Officer) presented iHealth Lab’s suite of health tracking devices at the June 2014 Silicon Valley Health 2.0 meetup.
Not only does the company have a wide range of devices:
- Blood Pressure monitors
- Pulse oximeters
- Body analysis scales
- Activity & sleep trackers, and more
They also have what they say is the world’s smallest glucometer (it’s a little bigger than your thumb and plugs right into your iPhone). It’s no wonder, in addition to being a serial entrepreneur, Tingbin is also an Adjunct Professor at San Jose State University teaching Interactive Design.
iHealth Lab has also partnered up with some pretty interesting and impressive companies to date including Intel-GE Care Connections and Jiff’s digital marketplace for employers. Watch the video to learn more about what Tingbin and his company, iHealth Lab, are up to with these beautifully designed health tracking devices.
Also, don’t forget to check out our blog post on iHealth Lab.
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