Remote Patient Monitoring

We offer expertise in building web and mobile software as a service (Saas) products like remote patient monitoring. We have been a strategic partner to growing startups in the healthcare domain.

We know healthcare, technology and data security. You understand and know your practice and your patients best. Together, we enable automated processes, efficient care flows and patient-centered care.

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We are a healthcare software development company backed by highly experienced doctors working alongside the best technology experts in the industry. We focus on building technology that impacts health systems, pharmaceuticals, medical device companies, insurance companies, physician groups and startups. Every project has a doctor and technical innovator to ensure you get more than you asked for.

Types of Remote Patient Monitoring Technologies and Devices

Wearable Device Integration

  • Fitness Trackers and Smartwatches: These devices monitor physical activity, heart rate, sleep patterns, and sometimes blood oxygen levels. They are often used in RPM to encourage lifestyle changes and monitor cardiovascular health.
  • Smart Health Watches: Designed specifically for older adults or those with specific health conditions, these watches include features for fall detection, heart rate monitoring, and emergency SOS alerts.
  • Wearable ECG Monitors: These monitors allow for continuous heart rate monitoring to detect arrhythmias or other heart-related conditions outside the clinical setting.

Proprietary Sensors

  • Bed Sensors: Used to monitor sleep patterns, heart rate, and respiratory rate without requiring the patient to wear any device. These sensors are typically placed under the mattress and are useful for monitoring patients with sleep disorders or heart conditions.
  • Ingestible Sensors: Small, ingestible devices that transmit data from inside the body to track medication adherence, and monitor the effects of medication on the body.
  • Skin Patches: Adhesive patches that monitor various health indicators such as glucose levels continuously, cardiac health, and more, providing a non-invasive way to collect health data

Connected Health Devices

  • Blood Pressure Monitors: Devices that allow patients to measure their blood pressure at home and automatically send the readings to their healthcare provider.
  • Glucose Monitors: For patients with diabetes, these devices continuously monitor glucose levels and transmit the data, aiding in glucose management without frequent finger-prick tests.
  • Pulse Oximeters: Used for monitoring oxygen saturation levels in the blood, these devices are crucial for patients with respiratory conditions like COPD or asthma, and during the COVID-19 pandemic for monitoring patients remotely.

Mobile Health Applications

  • Health Monitoring Apps: Apps that collect health data entered by the patient or collected through the smartphone's built-in sensors or connected wearable devices. These apps can track a wide range of health metrics, from physical activity to mental health indicators.
  • Medication Management Apps: These apps remind patients when to take their medication and monitor adherence, which is critical for managing chronic conditions.

Telehealth Platforms with Integrated RPM

  • Comprehensive Care Platforms: These platforms combine video consultations with RPM, allowing healthcare providers to monitor patient health data in real-time, conduct virtual visits, and adjust treatment plans as needed. They often integrate data from various sources, providing a holistic view of the patient's health.

Specialty Monitors

  • Remote Cardiac Monitoring: Devices that specifically monitor heart function, such as portable ECGs, which are vital for patients with heart conditions.
  • Remote Respiratory Monitoring: Devices designed to monitor lung function and respiratory rates, important for patients with chronic respiratory conditions.

Advantages of Remote Patient Monitoring

Improved Access to Care

  • Geographical Independence: Remote patient monitoring enables healthcare delivery to patients regardless of their location, effectively breaking down geographical barriers. This is particularly beneficial for patients in rural or underserved areas where access to healthcare facilities is limited.
  • Continuous Monitoring: It allows for continuous monitoring of patients' health conditions outside of traditional healthcare settings, ensuring that patients receive timely care without the need for frequent hospital visits.
  • Early Intervention: By facilitating real-time data collection and analysis, remote patient monitoring enables early detection of potential health issues, allowing for prompt intervention before conditions worsen.

Reduced Healthcare Costs

  • Decrease in Hospital Readmissions and Visits: Remote patient monitoring can lead to a significant reduction in hospital readmissions and emergency department visits by enabling better management of chronic conditions and early detection of potential health issues.
  • Efficient Resource Utilization: It allows healthcare providers to monitor multiple patients remotely, optimizing the use of healthcare resources and personnel.
  • Cost Savings for Patients: By reducing the need for in-person visits, patients save on transportation and associated costs, making healthcare more affordable.

Enhanced Quality of Care

  • Personalized Care: Remote patient monitoring provides a wealth of data that healthcare providers can use to tailor treatment plans to the individual needs of each patient, improving the overall quality of care.
  • Comprehensive Health Management: The continuous nature of remote patient monitoring supports a holistic approach to health management, encompassing not just acute care but also prevention, early intervention, and long-term condition management.
  • Improved Health Outcomes: The proactive management and timely intervention facilitated by remote patient monitoring have been associated with improved clinical outcomes for a variety of health conditions.

Lowered Health Risks

  • Preventative Care: Continuous monitoring and data analysis help in identifying health risks early, enabling preventative measures to be taken before conditions escalate into more serious health issues.
  • Management of Chronic Conditions: Remote patient monitoring is particularly effective in managing chronic conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension, by ensuring that patients adhere to their treatment plans and by facilitating adjustments to treatments as needed.

Increased Patient Engagement and Satisfaction

  • Empowered Patients: By giving patients access to their own health data and tools to communicate more easily with healthcare providers, remote patient monitoring empowers patients to take an active role in their health management.
  • Convenience and Comfort: Receiving care in the comfort of one's own home is highly valued by patients, leading to higher satisfaction rates. Remote patient monitoring eliminates the need for frequent hospital visits, making healthcare more convenient.
  • Better Communication: Remote patient monitoring technologies often include platforms for secure messaging and video consultations, enhancing communication between patients and healthcare providers.

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