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integrated care services (ICS)

learn how our wearable devices can assist you in your ICS implementation and streamline the delivery of healthcare to your patients using the latest technologies

our partner

your needs

pricing

technology

reducing health inequalities

introduction

evidence

an introduction

“be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.

plato

Implementing new systems and technology at a local or national level can feel like a daunting voyage across a vast unchartered ocean. With so many unknowns at the beginning, it’s easy to put off making key decision’s that will impact both the journey itself and the destination.

 

Whatever stage you find your integrated care system or virtual ward at, we’re here to help you get it right. Our wearable sensors can be used as a starting point to implement technology into your wider ICS strategy or, alternatively, our wearables can help get your virtual ward matured, scaled up, and equipped to care for more patients with a wider variety of needs.

 

Let’s work together and come up with a solution that works for everyone.

your needs

“we have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.”

                          epictetus

There are plenty of choices when it comes to the technology you use in your ICS or virtual ward. Whilst we believe in the innovation and quality of our wearables, we also realise the needs of each organisation and each patient are different.

 

Spend a few minutes considering what your requirements are and whether our products can provide a personalised care approach for everyone before reading on and seeing what else we can help you with.

tailored to your needs

The questions presented here are designed to help you formulate a list of technological requirements and to develop your approach in selecting the best wearables for you and your patient.

What do you want your wearables to measure?

• heart rate?

• respiration rate?

• body posture?

• skin temperature?

• body temperature?

• heart rate variability?

• oxygen saturation?

What features should your wearables have?

• 2-channel ECG?

• event indicator?

• wearable usage duration?

• wired/wireless connectivity?

Have you considered other issues which could impact the roll out of your services?

• what platform will the data from the wearable sensor feed into?

• do you want patients to have the option to use their own device such as a smartphone?

• do you want the wearable to be able to continually monitor patients with proactive alerts or to do spot monitoring?

• have you contacted your clinical safety officer to start collating the necessary evidence for your clinical safety assessment?

Who are the wearables for and what are their needs?

• elderly / frailty patients?

• cardiac patients?

• mixed / general usage?

technology

“if I had asked the public what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”

                                              henry ford

The success of your ICS or virtual ward is dependent on many factors; and one of them is your choice of technology. In order to create a continuum of care across a range of services, the technology you choose must provide interoperability in the data it generates and in the care pathways provided to the patient.

 

By using our wearable sensors and taking a step into the future of digital healthcare solutions, you are able to redefine standards of care that work for everyone and not just the few.

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key features​

• 2-channel ECG

• heart rate

• event recorder

• up to 7-day

wear duration

designed for

Holter monitoring

& mobile cardiac

telemetry solutions

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introducing the:

triage patients and prioritise beds for higher priority care

monitor discharged patients anywhere, even in remote, rural areas

monitor discharged patients remotely

reduce nursing and care worker burnout

maximise patient comfort and mobility whilst monitoring their health

empower patients to manage their own health

reduce diagnostic costs and help to shift resources to patient treatment

pricing

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