Medical Monitor at Home

Personal Home Health Devices

We’ll help you keep an eye on your patients like you would with our unique at-home monitoring.

Daily monitoring by our remote care coordinators

Our dedicated staff helps patients set up their devices and stay compliant, which helps you for using insurance correctly and reimbursement.

Check readings in real time

While Drs Offices and care coordinators regularly monitor your patients vitals once and hour, once a day, , you can log in to check a patient’s progress whenever you wish.

Care monitoring kits for every patient

We are here to help you manage all of your patients with conditions such as hypertension, obesity, stroke, coronary artery disease, COPD, diabetes, and many others.

HIPAA compliant

We ship your patients best-in-class connected devices such as a blood pressure monitor, glucometer, pulse oximeter, and a scale.

Bluetooth Stethoscope

A Bluetooth stethoscope uses robust tracking of pulse and heart rates for fitness devices to provide a direct window into the health of the heart itself, detecting problems like murmurs and arrhythmias that aren’t indicated by pulse alone.

Heart sounds are streamed wirelessly to a mobile device and can be heard with any earbuds. At the same time, the device vibrates and a pulsing LED ring lights up with each beat, providing tactile and visual feedback to enhance the experience. The lights are color-coded to indicate healthy beats or something out of the ordinary for the patient.

Sensors contains a suite of blue tooth technology connected to medical instruments / sensors to monitor

– heart rate
– respiration
– Temperature
– steps taken
– sleep cycle
– stress levels
– Bluetooth Infant Monitor
– Wearable Fertility Thermometer

SensorTechnology is currently being used in patients with heart failure and hypertension issues but plans to expand this to include other therapeutic areas like Schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s that pose especially difficult challenges in regards to getting accurate patient information.

And whether the user has fallen or otherwise become incapacitated.

Stuck to the chest, about a quarter-inch thick and runs about three days on a watch battery. When it’s time to dispose of the patch and battery, the electronics module can be removed and reused.

Once in place your own authorized physicians and monitoring centers can access the data via a secure web portal or iPad application to create custom patient profiles or choose and manage alerts based on selected biometric changes in the individual’s data.

Additional benefits stated for the device include a better level of customer care for the patients, earlier possible hospital releases and overall cost saving benefits over current hospital monitoring solutions.