This allows for the prescription of personalized activity and exercise, tailored for each individual. Programming continually adapts to the user's changing performance and conditions to deliver unprecedented insights.
We provide individuals and their care teams the information needed to help make informed decisions about proactive health management for outstanding engagement and results.
Currently 33rd on the global healthiest nations list
210 million Americans have at least one chronic disease
97 million US adults are obese. Another 63 million are overweight
Less than 3% meet the measurable characteristics that reduce risks for heart disease
Reduces risk of depression, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, many cancers, cognitive decline, and prevents early death
Increases the efficacy of other
care programs by prescribing exercise specific to the target outcome
Physical inactivity is the fourth leading cause of death in the world
260 million Americans fail to meet the CDC activity guidelines
82.1 million Americans aged six and above don’t exercise at all
$117 billion in US annual health costs are attributed to improper physical activity
Identifying an individual’s health and fitness status to make informed decisions about proactive health management
Prescribing hyper-personalized, adaptive exercise guidance to improve health, wellness, and help avoid preventable conditions
Apply preventative care to reduce avoidable sickness and health issues.
Identify individuals that need additional assistance to attain physical health and wellness.
Increase significantly the number of patients that can be supported by specialist care teams.
Reduce the cost of healthcare for everyone.
The PEAR Wise app is specifically designed to address endurance, flexibility, balance and strength in older adults. The app uses PEAR Training Intelligence® AI engine to provide personally prescribed training plans to meet individual needs and goals. PEAR has also created an equivalent app for the nation’s largest Medicare insurance provider.
Working with the 59th Medical Wing to develop an Early Warning Health Intervention Platform (EWHIP) to predict and ultimately prevent major causes of mortality, notably cardiometabolic health, based on key wearable and connected device data. The platform will measure the determinants of fitness and health in the same person longitudinally and assess for improvement, plateauing, or failure to respond to short-term personalized interventions.
Working with Pittsburgh University to extend PEAR machine learning algorithms to create new digital health signatures to detect a range of health and performance conditions. The goal is to provide early detection of injuries and then apply the correct prescription of care and rehabilitation focused on lower limb MSK.
Join us for a 30-minute overview of the PEAR Training Intelligence Platform.