Monitored patients—specifically those with heart disease—were very open about how monitoring is more of an inconvenience than helpful.

Interviews with patients and caregivers all pointed to how living with a disease should just be that—living!—and not just wasting away at useless monitoring sessions and checkups, all bearing inconsistent data.

When asked about incorporating modern mobile technology with their healthcare, most were open, while some technologically-impaired were skeptical on the use of something like their smartphone aiding in keeping them alive.

It became evident that I had to come up with something that gave people more freedom while living with their disease, but also something that gives piece-of-mind to those new to using modern technology.

Client: Monitoro
Date: January 1, 2017