ARM, US TrustedCare to integrate wearable, medical devices

Monday 14 November 2016 | 10:39 CET | News
US TrustedCare, a US-based digital health company, and ARM, a semiconductor IP company, are collaborating to enable new medical devices for the emerging accountable health care sector. The goal is to develop medical devices for use in the care of patients with chronic conditions in a way that allows a wide variety of providers to access information in a secure, authenticated and auditable manner. ARM and TrustedCare's collaboration will create firmware, software technologies and APIs, based on existing and emerging standards for bridging health care and wellness.

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