The UK’s leading provider of remote patient monitoring & virtual wards

Trusted by four million patients across the UK

Remote patient monitoring, virtual wards and Hospital @ Home technology that deliver results

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Integration into NHS
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MHRA registered
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Largest BP remote
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Digital inclusion
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Digital health services that are loved by patients

Long term conditions

Digital support for vulnerable high-risk patients, including those in care homes, and patients living with long-term conditions such as heart failure.

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Short term conditions

Digital support for patients with short-term conditions including hypertension monitoring, IBS and maternity services including gestational diabetes. 

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Care homes

Monitoring of care home residents, including the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) and triaging tools such as Situation Background Assessment Recommendation (SBAR) pathway.

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Virtual wards

Our virtual wards include continuous monitoring to help patients who would otherwise be in hospital to receive the acute care, monitoring and treatment they need in their home.

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Don't take our word for it, read what our customers say

Inhealthcare 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. 

Solent School Age Immunisation Service

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. 

 

Lee Russell, Project Manager, CHCP

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.

 

Mandy Gilmore, Head of Dietetics at Southern Health and Social Care Trust

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. 

Dr Jagjit Rai, Partner at St David’s Family Practice, Stanwell.

“The RMVW has been a game-changer in terms of expeditiously managing patients in a different way safely and effectively. We have for many years held on to a varied set of patients in hospital beds awaiting investigations, interventions or just for ongoing observation and by using the RMVW and bespoke pathways have managed to facilitate earlier discharges and streamline ambulatory care of patients vastly improving patient experiences.” 

Adam Peckham-Cooper, lead consultant for Emergency General Surgery, Leeds Teaching Hospitals

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.

Rhona Macpherson, lead heart failure nurse at the Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trus

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!

 

Nadia Kuftinoff, User experience researcher and solutions designer at Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation

“This innovative system designed by patients and oncology teams should provide patients with early advice at the onset of symptoms to empower a patient to safely manage milder symptoms at home or, when symptoms are more significant, to seek urgent advice from the acute oncology hotline service.”  

Dr Amélie Harle, oncology consultant and clinical lead for the programme at NHS Dorset   

The system overall is brilliant, especially the communication with parents. The nurses love it as well. It gives you everything you need to run the immunisation service from start to finish without having to worry about getting forms out to school and back again. 

Linda Webster, team leader for child health at Locala 

Latest news and insights from our digital health experts

New case study: Remote Monitoring Virtual Wards save Leeds Teaching Hospitals 959 bed days and an estimated £372,000.

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Inhealthcare has won the NHS contract to develop and expand virtual wards across Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, and Wakefield to support the delivery of safe and convenient care to people at home who would otherwise be in hospital.

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North West Anglia Foundation Trust has partnered with Inhealthcare to launch a new acute virtual ward for patients to receive care safely at home.

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Our virtual wards and Hospital @ Home services are proven to free up hospital beds, cut costs and reduce A&E admissions

We support patients to receive healthcare in their home instead of in hospital. Our technology is tried, tested and proven – and we’re proud to be the UK’s number one choice for remote patient monitoring, virtual wards and Hospital @ Home.

We support more than 50 NHS trusts in England, the five Health and Social Care Trusts in Northern Ireland and we have a national agreement with National Services Scotland to deliver services across their 12 health boards.  

All our digital health services and virtual wards are co-designed with the NHS and with input from clinicians and users. We work with NHS organisations to build new services and we also have a library of over 150 existing services. These can be adapted to suit the needs of our customers and their populations.

We support vulnerable high-risk patients, including those in care homes, and patients living with long-term conditions such as respiratory diseases and heart failure. We also support patients with short-term conditions including hypertension monitoring.