XCO Tech

DASH Health

Advancing precision medicine through accessible and comprehensive movement, balance and cognitive-motor assessments


A care delivery platform including Insight, Intervention and Engagement


The Health Assessments

DASH Health


COG - Powered by Cambridge Cognition


Virtual Care Patch for Remote Patient Assessment & Monitoring


Hardware Specifications:

XPS™ Tracking Hub

XPS™ Wearable Tag

Current Projects

Digital Technology Supercluster

Healthcare to Homecare Project

More than 1.5 million Canadians are living with frailty, with that number expected to grow by 33 per cent over the next five years.

As older patients grow increasingly frail, they are unable to handle many daily tasks, leading to a need for elevated care, admission to long-term care homes or hospitalization. The centralization of healthcare delivery within acute care facilities is increasingly costly, amounting to $125B in Canada.

In response, XCO has partnered with the Ontario Brain Institute, the University of Victoria and other diverse organizations from across Canada on the Healthcare to Homecare project. The team is developing a HealthOne solution to help vulnerable seniors age in place.

Until now, frailty assessment measures have been too disparate or imprecise to offer definitive treatment, management and monitoring plans. HealthOne offers a unique assessment, treatment and patient engagement portal for the management of frail patients. It brings together an array of data from wearable sensors and electronic medical records onto one platform from which a physician or caregiver can gain a clearer view of a patient’s status and progress. Combined with extensive care management software and patient engagement applications, HealthOne will be the first end-to-end solution for predicting, assessing, monitoring, stabilizing and slowing frailty among Canada’s aging citizens.

HealthOne can also provide currently unavailable assessments of other age-related chronic conditions such as cardiovascular arrhythmias and Parkinson’s Disease.

In addition to saving healthcare dollars over the long term, this solution will improve patients’ quality of life and empower them to take charge of their health with engaging home-based tools.

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ITEA3 Project: Patient-care Advancement with Responsive Technologies aNd Engagement togetheR

ITEA 3 Inno4Health Project

Incorporating Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) in chronic disease management can significantly improve an individual's quality of life. INNO4HEALTH aims to stimulate innovation in continuous health and fitness monitoring in order to inform patients and their physician on their readiness regarding surgery and the ability to recover rapidly from invasive treatment. In sports, the same technology will be used to continuously assess fitness and health in order to provide information to athletes and their coaches and to help optimize their performance.

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Completed Projects

ITEA3 Project: Patient-care Advancement with Responsive Technologies aNd Engagement togetheR


The PARTNER project created solutions to support the optimal patient journey for chronic disease patients through the health system with a focus on continuous, seamless and patient-centric data collection. Extending data collection beyond the walls of the hospital enhanced patient data capture to more accurately reflect their states of wellness and health, and collaborative workflows of interpreted and harmonized data representations increased the productivity of the caregivers.

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