Digital health firm DarioHealth gets new patent

DarioHealth Corp, a digital health company with mobile health and big data products, said the US Patent and Trademark Office issued the company a patent titled “Systems and Methods for Adjusting Power Levels on a Monitoring Device.”

DarioHealth said it uses this patented technology to enhance the way its smart meter communicates with users’ smartphone devices.

“In the U.S. market, the Dario Blood Glucose Monitoring System connects to a smartphone via a coin-sized dongle that does not require a battery for operation; rather, it relies on the smartphone’s battery as its power source,” said DarioHealth.

“In the effort to reduce battery-dependence and ensure 100% real-time data capture, the application is able to monitor and adjust power levels on smartphones accordingly to enable sufficient output with minimal reliance.”

Dror Bacher, COO and Vice President of R&D at DarioHealth, said: “We are very excited to finish off 2017 with this news.

“This patent has already been part and parcel of the Dario Blood Glucose Monitoring System since it entered the U.S. market and showcases our commitment to further enhancing our core technologies on our native mobile solutions.

“With this patent, DarioHealth strengthens its IP rights and enables us to be compatible with more devices.”