Benefits for healthcare professionals
The patientMpower app empowers healthcare professionals to manage chronic condition patients using virtual care pathways.
Preserve hospital resources
Remote monitoring can free up hospital resources, decreasing the need for out-patient clinics, avoiding in-patient admissions and facilitating earlier discharge. Hospitals can select suitable patients for virtual care programmes for home management whilst prioritising face-to-face care for those patients with greatest need.
Earlier identification of complications
Healthcare staff, and patients, are alerted to indicators of more severe disease (e.g. oxygen saturation <94%) for rapid triage to GP or hospital. Remote data collection enables healthcare professionals make informed decisions for better patient outcomes.
Reduce patient and staff exposure to COVID-19 or other hospital acquired infection by reducing the need for face-to-face assessment.
Wearables & integrations
Monitor your patient’s lung health, oxygen saturation, temperature and blood pressure at home with clinical grade medical devices. Track your patient’s activity through Fitbit, Apple Health or Google Fit integrations.
- Forced Vital Capacity (FVC)
- Forced Expiratory Volume in 1st second (FEV1)
BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR
BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR
Identify trends and exacerbations early with our alerting system.
Capture more health information on our clinician web portal to support your medical decisions, manage stable patients remotely and treat deteriorating patients quickly.
Keep a personal journal for how you’re feeling everyday, and reports symptoms or side effects of medication to your clinical team.
Track your medication and get reminded when to take them.
patientMpower’s virtual care solutions are currently used to remotely monitor patients living with the following conditions:
In addition patientMpower’s solutions facilitate remote care and assessment including:
What our clients say about us
“When COVID hit hard, we were incredibly lucky to have this system in place for our lung transplant recipients.”
Prof. Darya Rudym, MD
“It helps us because we can easily identify if we need to see a patient in person and the patient feels safer because they know that information is going directly to their nurse or doctor.”
Prof. Killian Hurley, MD
Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
“We’re bringing the care to the patient, rather than relying on the patient to come to us.”
Prof. Charles Powel, MD
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