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@serj I think this health summary is good idea and pretty useful
In my opinion "Grocery" app can be used as base to introduce fields from the pc to the bangle.js in user friendly way.
As variant, you can create something similar to Apple Health: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_(Apple)
It's not about a complete copy, but about some of the ideas from there.
Apple Health is aggregator app that comes out of the box and can collect some activity statistics + including electronic health record (EHR) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_health_record.
Similarly, let's say there will be one health-fitness application "Bangle Health" where you can view / configure the basic fitness activity and find out statistics, upload data from the watch to the computer.
It will also be possible to add some kind of minimal analogue of EHR:
As a minimum, it would be nice to have at hand data on your blood group and Rh factor. Such data can be recorded from a computer to a watch, and as a last resort, medical staff will have the minimum necessary information about the owner of Bangle.js
You can also give the opportunity to enter arbitrary data about your health, so that you can quickly find them. In theory, even if a person is unconscious, you can find such medical data on Bangle.js, since there is no protection on the watch.
This problem exists: https://www.wikihow.com/Diagnose-an-Unconscious-Injured-Person
In theory, such a small electronic health card on hand (in the form of Bangle.js), which is not tied to iOS or Android, could become an additional incentive to purchase of the watch.
And such an application can be gradually supplemented and polished, as large companies do.