Moving at the speed of health technology.
Medical devices of the future start here.

As point of care shifts beyond the walls of the hospital, providers and patients are searching for device solutions that offer secure, actionable insights and treatment guidance in the home and on the go. Competitive opportunities abound for medical device manufacturers who can unlock and manage health data in the cloud and support continuous intelligent care models that follow the patient.


Connected devices fueling growth in Remote Patient Monitoring
44
%
Annual Increase in patients monitored remotely (2017) 1
Nonadherence leading cause of hospitalization
10
%
Hospitalizations in older adults caused by medication nonadherence 2,3
Physical activity equates to healthcare savings
39
%
Reduction in mean annual health care expenditure by walking 30 minutes, 5 times a week 4

Home + On the Go

We’re powering one of the world’s largest connected ecosystems, providing the infrastructure for smart devices and wearables to help monitor chronic disease and provide an engaging, mobile-friendly patient experience.

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Hospital + Health Systems

Our secure intelligent care platform enables seamless data capture, normalization and integration with EMRs and other intelligent enterprise systems that improve the accuracy and timeliness of bedside information.

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Insights & Events

Catch up on the latest from Capsule

11 FEB 2019

Francisco Partners Acquires Qualcomm Life

Francisco Partners, a leading technology-focused private equity firm, has announced it has acquired Qualcomm Life, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated that offers end-to-end medical device connectivity across the continuum of care.

30 JAN 2019

Vitals Plus: Flexible, clinical-friendly workflow

An all-in-one solution for monitoring and clinical documentation that combines ease of use and efficiency.

1
mHealth and Home Monitoring, Berg Insight, 2017.
2
Iuga AO, McGuire MJ. Adherence and health care costs. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy. 2014;7:35-44. doi: 10.2147/RMHP.S19801.
3
AHRQ. Statistical Brief #225. Trends in Hospital Inpatient Stays in the United States, 2005 – 2014. June 2017.
4
J Am Heart Assoc. 2016;5: e003614 doi: 10.1161/ JAHA.116.003614.