IRODY PRESENTS AT CEWIT2015
(Boston, MA) – October 1, 2015 – Irody, a computer vision company providing advanced mobile pill recognition solutions to monitor medication adherence, today announced that Dr. Eyal Bartfeld, Chief Executive Officer, has been invited to present at the 12th International Conference & Expo on Emerging Technologies for a Smarter World (CEWIT 2015) in Melville Long Island, NY, on October 19, 2015. Dr. Bartfeld’s presentation is: “Bringing the Most Common Health Intervention to the Digital Age Using Smart Phones”. CEWIT 2015 conference is organized by the Center of Excellence for Wireless and information Technology at Stoney Brook University.
While most health parameters can be measured and tracked, medications, which are the most common medical and health treatment, are not digitally tractable. Irody’s aim is to make the phone capable of directly “sensing” pills, using the existing camera and other sensors that are already in phones, together with proprietary and patented computer vision algorithms and decision making logic. By directly identifying the pills and match these with the prescription – just prior of using these medications, this system is capable of preventing all patient medication errors and keep a true and validated log than can help the patient, healthcare system and pharmaceutical companies. The software as a service (SaaS) model maximizes flexibility and scalability. By optimizing treatment in population health, we provide direct results based on accurate real-time adherence data.
For more information about Irody, please visit www.irody.com .