The best sold Samsung smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S3, now helps it’s users to stay healthy with the help of the “S Health” application, a medical assistance application that collects, tracks and analyzes the information received through some special sensors, such as the sensor that measures the blood sugar, blood pressure or body mass index.
The “S Health” application works on Samsung Galaxy S III but also on the most recent tablet released by Samsung, the Galaxy Note 10.1. Both devices can get information through Bluetooth or USB.
The application generates charts and tables that helps users find out if they are having a healthy lifestyle or not.
Samsung, one of the biggest IT companies in the world, also helps medical professionals to communicate more efficiently.
Samsung e-Meeting is an integrated and secure system that does not require a server and it allows medical professionals to communicate digitally and to send real time documents.
Samsung e-Meeting was designed for the medical industry, an industry where communication is often very vital.
Samsung will present these two applications on the company’s top devices: the Galaxy S3 smartphone and Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet and these apps will be first presented in Europe at DigiPharm & Pharma Marketing Show EU 2012.
During this event Samsung will also sign a partnership with Health Network Communications.
“Mobile solutions built by Samsung for the medical industry include innovating technologies that have a great deal of portability; they improve the efficiency of the model services and they can reduce costs” Bumcoo Cho said, the senior vice president of Mobile Communications Division of Samsung Electronics.
Smartphones and tablets changed the way people monitor and improve their health and Samsung wants to play a major roe in creating a dedicated ecosystem to the development of some top notch portable medical solutions for the healthcare industry.ca