PhysIQ, a Chicago-based company, introduced pinpointIQ, a system built on wearable biosensors and artificial intelligence (AI) that helps to gauge corona affected individual’s physiological knowledge. The Chicago Medical Society, physIQ, and UI Health have come together with a vision to assist coronavirus sufferers under the supervision of experts.

“The expertise is subtle sufficient that we’ll see issues that the nurse can maintain earlier than the affected person feels the signs,” stated Gary Conkright, CEO of physIQ. “We requested them to assist us discover a supplier within the Chicago space that addresses the underserved neighborhood as a result of they’re being hit hardest,” he added.

UI Health is providing the physIQ expertise free of cost for those staff members who have tested coronavirus positive and are kept in isolation. Also, they are about to initiate a pilot program for COVID-19 patients with threat components akin to weight problems and coronary heart or lung situations and who are isolating at their dwellings.

Also, the pinpointIQ system will track the fundamental indicator using wearable biosensors that will sense modifications in well-being. The system shall then contact the superior nurses. They will monitor the details and alert the affected person and the primary care provider if any modifications may suggest a deterioration of the condition.

A majority of staff and sufferers at UI Health are minorities.

“They’ve a few of the similar threat components that our major service space has, and so hypertension, lung illness, akin to bronchial asthma,” stated UIC’s Dr. Terry Vanden Hoek, Chief Medical Officer at UI Health and Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the College of Medicine.

“With an earlier warning, we will stop the necessity to go to the intensive care unit to
be on a ventilator,” Vanden Hoek stated.