Solve.Care, a Web 3 health services company, has tapped into the expertise of OMRON Healthcare to integrate it with its systems. OMRON offers blood pressure monitoring and cardiovascular disease management solution. 

Now, OMRON’s devices can send and receive data directly from Solve.Care platform. The Web 3 solutions provider said the measurement data will be stored directly in its decentralized user data nodes via OMRON’s Evolv® BP7000 Blood Pressure Monitor.

In a press release, the company said that Evolve by OMRON will allow users of its platform to share their readings peer-to-peer with health services providers or within their Care.Circle. Care.Circle is a personalized healthcare support group comprising family and friends or other care providers. 

The press release explained that the integration of OMRON devices is part of Solve.Care’s strategy of creating an entire healthcare ecosystem for patients, physicians, and all healthcare stakeholders.

“We admire OMRON Healthcare’s goal for developing life-saving cardiovascular health technologies and sharing a like-minded vision of enabling consumers to access their real-time healthcare data,” said Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care.

“While accelerating the expansion of OMRON devices to reach more consumers and new markets, we are creating a more holistic approach to healthcare on the Solve.Care platform. We’re thrilled to integrate our innovative Care.Wallet technology with one of the most reputable blood pressure devices worldwide.”

Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care.

The deal between OMRON and Solve.Care is expected to impact many people as OMRON is the world’s largest blood pressure monitoring device manufacturer, with over 300 sold units. It will also make Solve.Care an authorized reseller of its devices which will harmonize their joint efforts further. Keep watching Fintech Express for updates on Web 3 and other Fintech-related stories.