Virtual healthcare uses telephones, video and mobile apps to deliver health services to patients outside a hospital. However, virtual healthcare goes beyond these technologies. Virtual healthcare refers to the actual provision of remote patient care via technology.
ConnectedHealth is aware that not all households can accept carers entering their homes. We respect these feelings and offer virtual care as an alternative. Connected Health provides companionship calls via a smartphone to deliver safety calls, medication prompts and well-being assessments.
This will ensure that you or your loved one are safe. You can use this with physical care or as a standalone service to create a customised care plan that meets your needs.
Technology cannot replace the caregiving role of caregivers. However, technology allows us to be connected and offers 24/7 support to our clients. In addition, technology gives you peace of mind by providing regular updates and enabling you to check in on your loved ones, whether at work or on the holidays.
We can integrate many technologies into you or your loved one’s care package, including virtual and physical care. In addition, it can be provided as a standalone service if you have particular needs. Some of our virtual care technology includes:
YOURMeds – The medication management system supports people in remembering to take their medication as prescribed. This will allow them to be more independent and improve their health. We will send you weekly refills of your medication blister packs and monitor your medication compliance in our data centre.
Feebris – Feebris’ mobile app allows a caregiver to quickly and easily perform a health assessment. The app can be used to monitor long-term conditions and acute episodes. It also provides instantaneous alerts for any signs of deterioration.
airCeption – Revolutionary incontinence management technology airCeption was designed to optimise the care that skilled nursing homes, residential care, and domiciliary care give to incontinence sufferers. AirCeption is designed to integrate seamlessly into care settings. It instantly detects incontinence and transmits a wireless alert to the care provider. This allows for prompt action, maintaining dignity, skin integrity, and emotional well-being for service users.