BPMpathway Wins Digital Health Best Platform Award


BPMpathway, a remote patient monitoring platform, has won Juniper Research Future Digital Award For Innovation & Commerce 2018.

The Future Digital Awards praises firms at the vanguard of new developments across a variety of foremost technological categories. BPMpathway won in the category of Digital Health – Best Platform/Technology 2018.

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“We felt that the use of wearables to build a visual representation of outpatient progress on post-operation physiotherapy was particularly innovative, as well as its use to highlight any lack of progress according to pre-established clinical guidelines. While many wearables are promising much in the way of encouraging healthier lifestyles, BPMpathway has provided a strong framework grounded in established clinical procedures to ensure the technology delivers tangible benefits over other approaches,” said the judges.

Juniper Research awards The Future Digital Awards to those companies it believes have contributed exceptionally to their market area during the previous year and are now self-assured to make a substantial market impact in the future. Previous winners include Microsoft, Google and IBM.

A panel of expert judges select the winners based on various criteria, including innovation, product features and user benefit, commercial launches, certification and compliance and potential future business development.


Steffen Sorrell, panel judge and Principal Analyst at Juniper Research, said:

“Advanced technology has enabled an era of transformative products and services, and this year’s set of entries has demonstrated a desire by companies to leave no stone unturned to deliver in that context.”

About BPMpathway

BPMpathway wearable technology actively involves the patient in their rehabilitation and the technology has been especially designed to be used quickly and efficiently wherever and whenever it is needed. The BPMpathway patient-centric system is made up of a single, high-performance wearable wireless sensor and BPMpathway software. Prior to discharge, the clinician selects the test with specific targets that they want the patient to undertake at home to assess their recovery. The patient undergoes test routine several times a day.  The system is simple to use without the need for any cables or TV. Its alerts highlight tests where targets have not been met.

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About Juniper Research

Juniper Research offers in-depth reports, forecasts, tailored annual subscriptions and consultancy services to the global hi-tech communications sector, delivering the best-in-class market research and business intelligence across 6 key sectors covering the mobile and online technology space, along with disruptive technologies.

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Johanna Mischke
Johanna Mischke () is Editor-in-Chief at WT | Wearable Technologies – the pioneer and worldwide leading innovation and market development platform for technologies worn close to the body, on the body or even in the body. Besides being an expert for wearables and their broader ecosystem she is experienced in the startup world and international marketing. Johanna can be reached at j.mischke(at)wearable-technologies.com.