Hypertension home monitoring allows clinicians to monitor patient’s blood pressure remotely

The Inhealthcare hypertension service, also known as BP@Home, allows the patient to use a blood pressure device and, using a choice of communication channels, relays the readings back to the clinician. If readings breach personalised thresholds, clinicians are notified and can step in as necessary with medical intervention.

Studies have suggested that ‘white coat syndrome’ is real, showing blood pressure measurements taken by a doctor are 50 per cent less accurate than when taken at home.

Blood pressure devices are provided by Microlife.

How do patients relay readings back to the clinical team?

Patients can use SMS, an app, online portal or automated phone call.

This means our services are digitally inclusive of the UK population.

Download our BP @ Home brochure

Benefits of hypertension home monitoring
Frequent monitoring

Frequent monitoring enables healthcare professionals to keep a close eye on patients

Reduced appointments

Home monitoring reduces the need for patients to attend appointments

Improved accuracy

Studies show readings taken at home are 50 per cent more accurate compared with in clinic


Allows clinicians to triage patients and prioritise those in need of urgent care

The service works brilliantly and kept me from going to A and E. I knew that if my condition deteriorated help was immediately at hand.

Patient on the Oximetry @ Home Virtual Ward service in Sussex
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