Zewa establishes personal health data depot for consumers with suite of products

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Zewa establishes personal health data depot for consumers with suite of products

By Michael Johnsen - 03/25/2015

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Zewa recently launched its first Bluetooth 4.0 enabled monitoring devices which include a Blood Pressure Monitor, Scale with Body Fat function and an Activity Tracker. All three devices connect to Zewa’s MyHealthConnected App and online health tracking platform. 


The MyHealthConnected app enables patients to share their vital signs by automatically collecting information from Zewa Bluetooth devices and sharing the information with healthcare providers, hospitals, pharmacists and family. 


Zewa’s Bluetooth Blood Pressure Monitor features a 180 reading memory, date and time along with a large backlit display. It automatically transfers measurements to Zewa’s app or saves it in its internal memory until a smart device is in range. The Bluetooth Scale features a “step on” function and measures weight, Body Fat % and BMI (BMI is calculated in the App). 


The third device is a Bluetooth enabled Activity Tracker. It is worn like a watch and features a LED display which displays time, steps, distance and calories. The App will also track sleep and allows the user to set an alarm.


Zewa’s MyHealthConnected App connects to all three devices making it easy to track health. Information is saved

over time giving a user complete control of tracking their own health.


Zewa also launched an online health tracking platform, called MyHealthConnected. Once data is collected by the app, the information can be linked to an online cloud account. A patient can access their own information or have it linked to a healthcare provider or pharmacy. 


MyHealthConnected is a HIPAA compliant and FDA approved class 1 medical device platform, the company stated.