Moving Over to Next Level Analytics: Fitness Tracker and Healthcare Analytics

Oct 16, 2017

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Today, physical well-being and fitness have become part and parcel of people’s lives. This trend has made gadgets like fitness trackers extremely popular. A fitness tracker, which is also known as an activity tracker, is a gadget that is mostly worn on the wrist to track various physical activities of a person and determine their health stats. Multiple data captured in the activity tracker such as the heart-rate, pulse-rate, sleep, blood pressure rate, etc. are used in metrics to draw a conclusion on the complete physical fitness of a person. A fitness tracker essentially does what analytics does for business; both are used to capture data based on certain pre-defined metrics.

Acting on data obtained through fitness trackers and wearable devices can help healthcare service providers to lower the cost of care, improve engagement, and enhance patient care. Get in touch with us if you’re looking to achieve these goals.

Why Use a Fitness Tracker?

Individually Tailored Goals

A fitness tracker gives an individual account of the current health status of a person. This helps get a better understanding of where are the areas of improvement lie and work on them accordingly. In short, an activity tracker lets individuals set goals for themselves on a regular basis based on the data collected in the tracker.

Incentives Promote Activities in the Workplace

Fitness is no longer an individual hobby; various corporate today are encouraging their employees to adopt a healthy lifestyle by giving them multiple incentives. Recently, a prominent corporate company offered to reimburse their employees for the cost of the fitness tracker if they walked one million steps. These initiatives not only encourage the employees to stay fit but also promote employee well-being.


Most of the people resort to undergoing time-to-time medical check-ups to keep a check on their health. However, the use of a fitness tracker helps them avoid these periodical appointments to the clinic as they can get the data about their health readily tracked with the help of an activity tracker.

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Prevention is Better Than Cure 

A fitness tracker gives a periodic account of the health to an individual. The individual can keep either a daily, monthly or a scheduled track of the health data, making it easier to keep a check on the health and take corrective action before it gets out of hand.

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