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Hifinite to Launch Telehealth Solution in Partnership with Indie Health

By Ken Briodagh
October 15, 2018

In a recent announcement, Hifinite, which designs, develops and deploys customized digital health platforms, launched its hiCare 3.0 telehealth and remote monitoring platform in partnership with Indie Health.

Indie reportedly will supply its blood pressure monitor and weight scale, optimized for ease-of-use, as part of the hiCare 3.0 solution. Indie’s proprietary AutoPair function enables its personal health devices to be paired remotely by experts, eliminating the need for patients or clinicians to manage device set up and facilitating easy patient onboarding for digital health programs.

“hiCare 3.0 represents an even more user-friendly platform for telehealth and integrates our patented approach to deliver H.O.P.E. —highly optimized patient engagement—via digital health,” said Matt Weisensee, Chief Commercial Officer, Hifinite. “We are delighted to partner with Indie Health, which shares our objective to simplify patient engagement.”

“Indie Health is focused on solving the challenges of integrating digital health into clinician workflow and the daily lives of patients, and we're pleased to be working together with Hifinite to realize this vision,” said Clint McClellan, Founder and CEO, Indie Health. “By enabling Indie devices to be paired to an app remotely, AutoPair removes a significant barrier to physician and patient adoption, and enables rapid scale-up of digital health programs, with no delays or hassles.”

hiCare 3.0 is an integrated telehealth “Module as a Service” solution built to ease patient/payer use and offers instantaneous access to a comprehensive digital ecosystem and technology stack via standalone or integrated modules. The company’s hiCare 3.0 platform is fully integrated with Android, iOS, WebOS, and supports Alexa and Google Home Voice Recognition.


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

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