wellteq announces release of the IoMT Healthhub


wellteq Digital Health Inc. (CSE: WTEQ, OTCQB: WTEQF) has released the Company’s internet of medical things (IoMT) HealthHub into device integrations with Beta research partners for
testing purposes.

  • wellteq Digital Health Inc. (CSE: WTEQ, OTCQB: WTEQF) has released the Company’s internet of medical things (IoMT) HealthHub into device integrations with Beta research partners for testing purposes.
  • The wellteq HealthHub is the result of an extensive internal development effort to produce an open standard and scalable IoMT platform for distributed virtual care deployments in enterprise health, clinic, pharmacy, and remote locations.
  • The wellteq HealthHub connects, manages, and monitors both standardized medical and nonmedical devices for a completely integrated IoMT/IoT intelligent edge solution, allowing for control of any standardized commercial, industrial, residential, or medical smart device – an industry first and must-have for next generation virtual care deployments.
  • The initial market for the wellteq HealthHub will be B2B for both in-market and new-tomarket virtual care solutions. 
  • wellteq will soon offer its baseline B2B virtual care platform integrating the wellteq HealthHub, wellteq Clinical Vitals Wearable and the wellteq Virtual Care Coaching APP. 
  • The IoMT market is projected to grow from $30.79 billion in 2021 to $187.60 billion in 2028 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 29.5%1 . While annual digital health spending is projected to reach $660 billion by 20252 .
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Caption: Wellteq Digital Health Inc CEO Scott Montgomery tells Proactive the group has launched the Beta version of HealthHub, an internet of medical things (IoMT) platform for distributed virtual care deployments. HealthHub connects, manages, and monitors both standardized medical and non-medical devices for a completely integrated IoMT and IoT intelligent edge solution, which Wellteq said allows for control of any standardized commercial, industrial, residential, or medical smart device. View on Proactive Investors website.

wellteq is pleased to announce the Beta release of its new internet of medical things (IoMT) HealthHub, targeting commercial release later this year.

Based on a survey2 of physicians in the United States who serve predominantly Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) and Medicare Advantage (MA) patients, McKinsey estimates that up to $265 billion (about $820 per person in the US) worth of care services – which represents up to 25% of the total cost of care – for Medicare FFS and MA beneficiaries could shift from traditional facilities to the home by 2025, without a reduction in quality or access.


The wellteq HealthHub has been developed from scratch by the Company, as an entirely new IoMT platform that can connect, manage, and monitor any standardized IoMT or IoT device using edge computing. Edge computing is part of a distributed computing topology in which information processing is located close to the physical location where things and people connect with the network. The HealthHub was specifically designed for the transition from centralized to distributed health deployments across enterprise health, clinic, pharmacy and for remote patient locations. 


Edge computing augments and expands the possibilities of the primarily centralized, hyperscale cloud model of today, and supports the systemic evolution and deployment of the IoMT and new application types, enabling next- www.wellteq.co generation digital health applications. The HealthHub also offers contingency to cloud server processing in the case of a network outage to create a temporary stand-alone network. 

The HealthHub has been built with wellteq’s next-generation Unified API, which allows for secure remote monitoring and management, and enables third-party integrations with all aspects of the HealthHub and the API. This allows the HealthHub to be an integral value add for both new and existing EPHI (electronic protected health information) systems. All features and functionality delivered through wellteq’s client applications and hardware will be offered as combined or stand-alone services for clients and partners to integrate with their own applications, services, and systems. This includes IoMT metrics capture, processing and automations, patient tracking with personalized digital coaching, reward scheme management, social activities, and content. 

A powerful eight-core processor, large memory footprint and a versatile machine-learning secondary processor enable the hub to handle a wide variety of services, including natural language processing (NLP)services and autoupdated training models for artificial intelligence (AI). To best support the wide variety of IoMT devices, wellteq has designed a custom wireless chipset, enabling connectivity with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-Wave and, optionally, cellular. Alongside the wireless chipset is a completely customized and optimized firmware stack that helps manage the multitude of wireless protocols, allowing the HealthHub to support over 500 connected IoMT and/or IoT devices simultaneously. 

wellteq CEO, Scott Montgomery stated, “we are excited to initiate wellteq’s entry into virtual care with a uniquely robust and truly one-of-kind solution. It has taken some time and a lot of effort, and we are proud to be the first company to launch an IoMT specific solution like the HealthHub that has been designed from scratch to facilitate the digital transition to virtual care for patients around the world.” 

wellteq is now working closely with its Beta research partners to integrate the HealthHub into their already deployed IoMT and IoT device configurations and applications for a variety of healthcare use cases, which will be the basis for wellteq’s generic and condition-specific solutions for new B2B Virtual Care customers.

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1. https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/internet-of-medical-things-iomtmarket-101844 

2. https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/healthcare-systems-and-services/our-insights/fromfacility-to-home-how-healthcare-could-shift-by-2025

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