Compatible monitoring devices wirelessly connect with RPM to record your vital health data. e.g. activity trackers, BP monitors
Your health information is analysed by RPM in a secure environment, sending real time updates about your wellbeing
Nominated clinicians, caregivers and family members view your health data and are alerted in times of concern
Convenient dashboards for health management of the patients/residents. This allows individualised consumer-directed care.
Alerts can be configured for the incoming data on the dashboard for optimal interventions and increased efficiency.
Role-based user centric dashboards
designed for usable interaction
Allow doctors/nurses to remotely
consult users when necessary
Completely configurable care plans
for diverse groups of users
Residents in aged care settings can alert and seek help with panic button
analyse the patient’s condition
using the scoring system
Healthcare providers can schedule activities
and upcoming tasks for patients and
set those as reminders
Vitals measurement can be performed remotely using connected or manual measuring devices. Users can complete validated questionnaires and nurses can perform assessments. The RPM mobile app forwards all relevant information to the health care provider.
Collect vitals on mobile wirelessly with seamless interaction
Connect with the care provider from mobile device through tele-consult
Complete questionnaires to allow better assessment of health condition
Nurse is able to collect vitals for multiple patients/residents using secure one-touch authentication
Inform users on their condition with health tips, rehab best practices and much more
Users receive reminders and notifications regarding the upcoming health checks and other scheduled tasks
Smart and relevant interventions for efficient care with higher operational cost savings.
Ability to serve more patients without increasing staff or infrastructure
Faster vital collection and tele-health to augment home visits
Timely and proactive interventions for better care
Early detection of symptoms and intervention reduces hospitalization