Sudbury medtech company moves device to cloud


Sudbury’s iRegained has signed an agreement with BioT to bring its services online, giving doctors the power to remotely monitor their patients’ progress

Based in Sudbury I recovered move to the cloud.

The company, whose technology helps stroke patients recover hand function, has signed an agreement to use technology developed by BioTwhich would allow doctors to remotely monitor the progress of their patients.

IRegained CEO Vineet Johnson said that rather than developing its own secure cloud platform, his company opted for BioT’s existing technology, which meets global requirements for online patient information security. .

“We chose to focus our efforts on the development of our core IP (intellectual property) and our mechatronic device and partnered with BioT, as they demonstrated to us a valid and mature platform to create healthcare solutions. connected around devices such as ours,” Johnson said in a press release.

“Their experience and expertise in the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) space was unmatched. Most importantly, BioT has a very friendly team to work with, and this helps serve our mission of helping stroke survivors regain their independence.

IRegained’s MyHand device prompts stroke patients to perform a variety of physical exercises designed to help them regain hand function after a stroke.

Using BioT technology, doctors will be able to track progress and adjust treatment accordingly through a secure online portal.

IRegained said the MyHand system will soon be available in several regions, including North America, Taiwan and India.


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