Citizens of the Russian Federation proposed to 2035 to connect to the remote monitoring system health
The majority of citizens of Russia to 2035 will be connected to the collection system, analysis of data on health status, including heart rate, blood pressure and metabolic markers, the draft road map for the development of the market, HealthNet, which is one of directions of the program “national technology initiative”, created by the Agency for strategic initiatives (ASI), on behalf of President Vladimir Putin (document is available to RNS).
Co-Directors of the working group on the development and implementation of the roadmap shall be a Chairman of the Board of Directors of group of companies “R-Pharm” Alexey Repik and first Deputy Minister of health of the Russian Federation Igor Ghahramanyan.
“In 2035, the vast majority of citizens will be connected to the monitoring system 24/7 and will interact with dozens of different devices,” the document says.
According to the plans outlined in the document, for data collection will be used “bracelets, wearable sensors, contact lenses, implantable devices”.
“All of these devices collect data without compromising daily life, and their value is rapidly declining. The collected data are processed in cloud infrastructure”, — stated in the document.
By the fourth quarter of 2017 it is planned to put on the production of key types of non-invasive devices that transmit the distance information about the patient’s condition: blood pressure monitors, glucometers, peakflowmetry, ECG monitors etc. To the end of 2019 it is planned to spend work on developing a complete line of personal telehealth devices and studies on the development of implantable devices of the first wave.
For the implementation of the roadmap Russia will have developed a range of non-invasive and invasive personal telemedicine devices, including Batmanglij diagnosis of blood pressure, “bloodless” diagnostic biochemical parameters of blood, saliva, and nanodevices. The devices will be able to recognize the patient, to detect emergency events.