There's a metric for every condition, spot them before they negatively impact someone.
Respond to these health anamolies fast, regardless of condition.
They integrate their Oura Sleep Tracker and you setup an alert on their Sleep Score, if it goes below your threshold, receive an alert
They integrate their Samsung Smart Scale and you setup an alert on their Bodyweight, if it goes above your threshold, receive an alert
They integrate their Fitbit and you setup an alert on their Daily Steps Count, if it goes below your threshold, receive an alert
Add as many people as you want to your dashboard, and you'll get a single page view of all their metrics.
We are constantly adding new wearables to our supported list of integrations, we don't have yours? Drop us a message.
Your dashboard data is updated as soon as the data is synced from their devices.
My name is Ethan, and I'm the developer of Meports.
When COVID-19 hit my hometown, I was nervous about my parents. Being across the country didn't help, so I developed Meports.
Some wearable metrics were being studied to correlate with COVID's influenza-like symptoms. I wanted a tool that would send me alerts whenever my parents' breathing rate, resting heart rate, or body temperature were out of the ordinary.
Hopefully Meports is useful for you too, and if not shoot me a message, I'm all ears!
I'm a real human don't worry, feel free to connect with me on Linkedin.
We ONLY store what you permit in order to generate meaningful health reports. This data does not leave our servers.
The ONLY thing we do is correlate certain metrics from your wearables with actions you take, not posting anywhere.
All your data is encrypted with 256-bit encryption at rest and the data exchanged with our servers are encrypted with 256-bit SSL.
We do not share your personal data with anyone. We do use the combined anonymized data to learn about wellness to show trends.
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