Measuring equipment

Through ImagineCare, you as care provider can order relevant measurement equipment for the patient. These can either be delivered to the healt care centre or directly to the patient’s home. The measurement equipments are connected via bluetooth to the patient app so that the health data is transferred automatically.
The patient can currently, measure the following health parameters: heart rate, blood pressure, weight gain in connection with heart failure, steps, sleep, blood sugar and oxygen saturation. There is also support for manually entering values for temperature and respiratory rate. The measuring equipment are continuously complemented in dialogue with our customers. New versions of equipment and new types of sensors are added to the platform to increase the ability to monitor the patient’s condition.

For people with long-term or chronic illness, it is important that follow-up does not only apply to medical parameters. ImagineCare’s solution therefore also collects health data from validated rating scales and the patient’s perceived quality of life.


Classifications and standards

ImagineCare’s platform has been developed from the start with quality in focus. Our strong focus on quality is also evident in our quality management system. Our product is currently classified as MDD class 1. We will also certify our product according to MDR, the new regulation for medical devices. ImagineCare applies to the following standards:

  • Quality, ISO 13485 (Medical devices – Quality Management Systems)
  • Software development, IEC 62304 (Medical device software – Software life cycle processes)
  • Security, ISO / IEC 27001 (Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection)
  • Risk, ISO 14971 (Risk management for medical devices)

Annette Brodin Rampe

We want to be the obvious choice for health care when it comes to supporting digital monitoring. Imaginecare has built-in decision support and can be used as a basis for monitoring most patient groups. ImagineCare enables the “Close Care” concept and facilitates priorities so that the person with the greatest need gets help first.