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Since its founding in 2018, Movano Health, has been focused on the development of healthcare solutions that bring medical-grade, high-quality data to the forefront of consumer health devices. Now the company is taking on Oura with Evie, a smart ring has been specifically designed for women. The wearable provides users with medical grade health data, and personalized health insights delivered through a mobile app. Unlike Oura, the company doesn’t charge a monthly subscription for access to the app.

Movano Health is planning to seek FDA clearance for Evie, and plans to file for pulse oximetry metrics after having completed a successful hypoxia trial in October 2022, where accuracy for clinical SpO2 and heart rate commensurate with FDA’s consensus standard was demonstrated. While a few wearables are only FDA cleared for specific software, such as ECG and Afib, Evie is designed per regulatory standards and built in a medical device manufacturing facility that meets ISO13485 and cGMP standards. The clearance will offer women trusted and personalized insights that can help them draw connections between cause and effect, so they can better understand the “why” behind what they’re feeling. Additionally, Evie will deliver data that clinicians can deem reliable for patient care.

Evie combines health and wellness metrics to give a full picture of one’s health: resting heart rate, heart rate variability, SpO2, respiration rate, skin temperature variability, period and ovulation tracking, menstrual symptom tracking, activity profile, including steps, active minutes and, calories burned, sleep stages and duration, and mood tracking. This data is delivered through a mobile app which aims to simplify how data is presented, moving away from complex graphs and charts, and turning biometric data into actionable insights that will help women make manageable lifestyle changes and take a more proactive approach to mitigating the risks of chronic disease.

“As a medical device, Evie will go beyond the status quo of other wearables on the market, and we believe it has the power to transform women’s lives and overall health,” said Dr. John Mastrototaro, CEO of Movano Health. “We are bringing together medical grade biometric data and insights in a comfortable and contemporary wearable that allows women to take ownership of their unique health journey.” 

Evie will be unveiled during CES 2023 alongside a demo showcasing its features and allowing consumers to gather live heart rate and SpO2 level readings within the app. The smart ring is expected to cost under $300 with no added monthly subscription fees and will be available in 2023. 

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