Collecting, linking and analyzing data to improve the efficiency of healthcare.
We are currently witnessing the rapid convergence of information technology and healthcare. It is empowering people to better track, manage, and improve their own and their family’s health, live better, more productive lives.
Larkbio develops products and participates in projects that fulfill the promise of personal health management. We are involved in research aimed at bridging the gap between current medical practices and the opportunities created by data intensive technologies. Our solutions incorporate the latest technological improvements and react to the latest medical findings to deliver hi-tech answers to specific health related issues.
StartDiab is a smarter way to manage your blood glucose measurements and track your progress. The application allows you to record, track, analyze and share your diabetes information using your Apple or Android devices. Share your measurements with your doctor for a better diabetes management.
Controlling diabetes ideally involves managing all the factors that impact blood glucose levels, including the carbohydrate you eat, and the amount of insulin you need for it, the exercise you have recently done and the exercise you are planning to do, and learning how your body responds to different circumstances. SmartDiab offers you an easy-to-use interface to track and analyze all important factors affecting your diabetes. It not only gives a more complete picture about your current health status but also:
MyHealthAvatar is an attempt at a proof of concept for the digital representation of patient health status. It is designed as a lifetime companion for individual citizens that will facilitate the collection of, and access to, long-term health-status information. It is funded by the European Commission as a high impact project within its seventh framework program (FP7).
The MyHealthAvatar platform (http://myhealthavatar.org/), co-managed by Larkbio, provides a core PHR and linked modules for specific user groups.