With over 10 years of experience of working with the NHS, our digital health technology is tried, tested and proven. We provide the technology for the largest Oximetry@Home service in the UK and are the chosen provider of remote patient monitoring services across Scotland.
We provide convenient, easy-to-use remote patient monitoring services which enable patients to receive more healthcare in their home instead of in hospital. By providing care outside of traditional settings, our digital services help to cut costs and increase capacity in the NHS by easing pressures on clinicians, easing waiting list pressures, reducing hospital admissions and improving access to diagnostics and treatments.
Our virtual wards also support the safe and earlier discharge of patients from hospital enabling patients to be monitored until their treatment is complete, freeing up inpatient capacity and reducing admissions from A&E.
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Patient decides how they would like to be contacted and sets their communication preferences. They can choose from smartphone app, online portal, SMS or automated phone call.
Patient receives notifications and prompts to enter their results via their chosen communication method.
Patients input their vital sign readings and responses to questionnaires.
Clinicians have full visibility of their caseload on a dashboard. The dashboard shows recent results and RAG status.
Clinicians have access to trend data and charts so they can view patient results over a period of time.
Clinical alerts are raised when patient results fall outside of thresholds or set algorithms such as NEWS2.
The inhealthcare platform has enabled us to deliver our Flu immunisation programme through the use of the E consent forms. We can send out the links to the forms easily to all parents and carers where they can access the form on many different devices. The features within the platform have helped us to monitor the response to the vaccine offer so we can arrange appropriate staffing for sessions and support the communities where there has been a low response rate. This platform is much better than having to use the paper forms which took a lot of time and resource to deliver, collect and triage.
Working with Inhealthcare, we were able to launch our Lateral Flow Testing Service in just 3 weeks. We were really impressed by how fast Inhealthcare were able to respond to our needs. They managed to develop and roll out the service extremely quickly. Feedback on the service from our staff was very positive. As a result of the service we were able to identify asymptomatic COVID-19 positive staff and stop them from going into the community and potentially spreading the virus.
Ilkley Moor’s warfarin monitoring service places patient convenience at its heart. Our rural location means clinics can be hard to reach for some, so delivering rapid results to patients in their homes makes all the difference. On top of this, we’ve helped to ease waiting room pressures and reduce paperwork for our anticoagulation team. Everybody wins with the benefits health tech can deliver for patients, clinicians and the NHS alike.
The automated system offers great support to the dietitians and empowers the care home staff to take a more proactive approach to monitoring their increasing number of vulnerable residents. The residents and their families feel more supported too because the frequency of monitoring has been increased along with more timely reviews. We couldn’t go back to what we did before.
I’m delighted with the results of our pilot. We have demonstrated that patients are happy to monitor their conditions from home, and when they do, they not only develop a better understanding of their condition, but feel empowered to manage it better through remembering to take their medication and making lifestyle choices. This will lead to better preventative care for our patients, and also reduce the burden on GP practices as we will receive the patient’s results electronically rather than having to see them each time. This should result in better health for our patients, fewer patients needing emergency care, and it frees up valuable appointments for more acute patients.
We’re expanding the service because it’s been successful and we’ve found it to be very useful in making sure every patient has a care plan that’s right for them. It gives extra support to patients at home and gives us the ability to monitor them very closely while promoting self-care. Our NHS colleagues across Norfolk are keen to get involved.
The blended Wessex AHSN team and Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICS worked so hard to launch the Covid Oximetry@Home service at the start of the pandemic. Inhealthcare pulled out all the stops to support us and they were fantastic to work with. Such a huge accomplishment and an incredible service design experience!
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