Remote Patient Monitoring and Support

DataRiver has developed the ARIA Telemedicine Platform, certified as a class IIa medical device according to MDR 2017/45, designed to ensure effective interaction between medical staff and patients and offer a tool for monitoring patients’ health and quality of life.

The ARIA platform enables:

– remote monitoring of the patient’s physiological parameters through the use of medical devices

– the management of Patient Report Outcomes (ePRO) for the administration of patient questionnaires via smartphone

– the management of a video-visit system that allows physicians and nurses to interact remotely with the patient

– the receipt of pre-alerts in case the values monitored by the patient through the medical devices used and the scores of the electronic questionnaires, exceed a certain threshold or a range of values predefined by the clinician



The software technologies developed by DataRiver allow hospitals and clinical centers to better manage the patient load, reducing unnecessary hospitalizations and cutting costs for the hospital system, in providing a validated tool for remote monitoring and support of patients suffering from oncological, cardiological, diabetic and neurological pathologies while also managing the patient’s follow-up.

These technologies are a key support support for homecare companies for managing home patients.


The ARIA platform allows hospital facilities to optimize remote patient monitoring, providing a fundamental tool for managing telemonitoring activities.
Through the use of medical devices it is possible to remotely monitor the patient’s parameters (ECG – QT: duration of the QT interval corrected based on the ECG signal, ECG QT: the QT interval represents the duration of the ventricular electrical systole, ECG – PR: PR interval duration based on ECG signal, ECG – QRS: QRS interval duration based on ECG signal, PPG – AFIB: Atrial fibrillation result from PPG, SPO2: Oxygen saturation, average heart rate, minimum heart rate and maximum heart rate, apnea-hypopnea index).
The ARIA platform also allows the administration of questionnaires to patients via smartphone apps and the processing of scores relating to the questionnaires to support medical staff in understanding the patient’s health status.


Video visit

The ARIA platform has a telehealth module that allows medical staff to remotely interact with the patient, manage a calendar with scheduled video visits with patients registered on the platform.



ARIA allows the various members of the medical staff to manage a video system for teleconsultation, allowing them to interact with each other remotely, share information and documents based on medical information linked to patient care.



The tools

ARIA Telemedicine Platform

MyHealth is a web and mobile platform designed to ensure effective interaction between medical staff and patients that offers new opportunities for continuous monitoring of patients' health and quality of life