The 2net™ Platform alleviates the burden of wireless connectivity
Qualcomm Life makes wireless health simple for our customers and technology partners. We removed the burden of working with multiple mobile carriers and the complexities of implementing and managing transfer algorithms, data encryptions and storage capabilities from the wireless health equation. The 2net™ Platform alleviates the challenges of interoperability, making it easy for our customers and technology partners to untether data from their medical devices via a simple 3-step process:
- Data Acquisition: Medical device data is obtained from a patient’s device through several potential gateways, such as the 2net Hub, a mobile phone, a cellular-enabled medical device or a partner service application. Qualcomm Life has established pathways for each gateway to extract data from the medical device and input it into the 2net Platform’s cloud-based data center.
- Data Transmission: Once the data is acquired from the medical device, it is transferred via 3G technology utilizing redundant, private connections between the wireless carriers and the 2net Platform’s cloud-based data center.
- Data Storage/Access: After the 2net Platform has received the transmission, medical device data is transferred to the manufacturers’ interface of choice for the patient, physicians, payers, or other partners to access. The tools in our Network Operations Center or NOC proactively monitor and manage the network to provide reliable data transfer.
The 2net Platform has been designed to meet HIPAA security requirements, leveraging network operations, data centers and cloud-based services that allow integrated medical devices to reliably share data with approved healthcare providers, payors and patients. The 2net Platform is ISO 13485 certified, meaning it aligns with the quality requirements of U.S. and international regulatory agencies that oversee the healthcare industry.