Helping Your Doctor Provide Comprehensive Care

Let's Get Started!
Follow these simple setup instructions to begin monitoring

Step 1: Plug in Home Hub

Take your Home Hub out of the box and
place it in a room that you spend a lot of time in - your bedroom, living room or kitchen are ideal!


Make sure your Home Hub is ALWAYS plugged into a power source.

Step 2: Gather Undergarments

Gather 6 of your CLEAN underwear, pajamas
or bras. Select the pieces of clothing you wear most frequently. Your clothing should fit snug against your body.

Step 3: Open Health Tag

Peel the teal-colored backing to remove one
Health Tag from its packaging.

Then peel the white liner to expose the adhesive.

Step 4: Attach Health Tag

Underwear/PJs: Adhere 1 inch from
center on the FRONT inside of your
waistband and 0.5 inches from the top.


Bra: Adhere to inside wing.


Note: The Health Tag should fit snug against
your body.

Step 5: Press and Hold

Press Health Tag firmly onto clothing for ~30


Repeat Steps 3 - 5 for each Health Tag

Step 6: Wear Daily

Congratulations, you’re set up!


Remember to wear your Health Tag daily.

You can view your activity by checking your Home Hub.


Note: Health Tags are designed for long-term monitoring, not as a real-time alarm system.
Always contact your doctor or call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

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  • How Do Health Tags Work?
  • What is My Health Tag Monitoring?
  • How to Wear Health Tag

Health Tags collect health
related data daily.

This data will then be sent to your Hub using a Bluetooth connection.

Your Hub will collect and
transmit your health data to your doctor using a cellular signal.


Your doctor is able to monitor changes in your health and reach out directly for further

Your Health Tag contains sensors which automatically monitor
respiration, pulse rate, and activity.

You will see activity data on your Home Hub - all clinical detail will go directly to your doctor.

Only wear 1 Health Tag at a time

Make sure your waistband does not roll over

Adhere Health Tags to clothes -
NEVER directly to skin

Make sure the soft fabric side is in contact with your skin

Note: Health Tags are designed for long-term monitoring, not as a real-time alarm system.
Always contact your doctor or call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Attach A Health Tag?

How do I attach a Health Tag?


Health Tags are attached to the inside of your underwear, bra, or pajamas. The suede side should always be touching your skin and fit snuggly when worn.


Only one Health Tag should be worn at a time.


How Do I Care For My Health Tags?

How do I care for my Health Tags?


Health Tags are washer and dryer safe and do not need to be charged.


Once attached to your clothes, wear your clothes like you normally would and wash/dry on low or medium heat.

What Happens if My Health Tag Falls Off?

What happens if my Health Tag falls off?

Your Health Tag shipped with several replacement adhesives.


Apply the replacement adhesive strip to the Health Tag and re-attach to your clothing.


How Frequently is My Data Being Monitored?

How frequently is my data being monitored?

Health Tags are not a real-time monitoring service; however, when you are in range of your Home Hub your data will be continuously captured and sent to your care team.


The frequency at which they review and reach out to discuss this data is up to
their discretion. Please contact your provider directly regarding their specific Remote Patient Monitoring policy.


How Can I Tell if My Health Tag is No Longer Working?

How can I tell if my Health Tag is no longer working?


When you move your Health Tag a green LED light will begin to flash.


If you do not see a green LED or continue to see an error message on the Home Hub, please contact customer support.


Do Health Tags Work When I Am Away From Home?

Do Health Tags work when I am away from home?

Your Health Tags will store data for up to 24 hours when you’re not near your Home Hub.


If you plan to be away from home for more than 24 hours, you can bring your
Home Hub with you or resume your monitoring once you return.