The Covid-19 pandemic has placed huge pressure on health services around the world as hospitals, care homes and other healthcare services do all they can to cope with the outbreak.
This has led to a rise in the adoption of telehealth as patients warm to the idea of receiving healthcare advice virtually in these unprecedented times.
This is an important development as early reports suggested that many people were avoiding health professional appointments altogether as they worried about the risk of exposure to Covid-19 in the healthcare setting.
There is an additional layer that we can place under delivering virtual appointments though and that is remote monitoring of patients’ vital signs.
Benefits of this service include:
What can Vtuls provide?
Our AI and Machine Learning technology allows remote patient monitoring of vital signs with clinicians given an early warning of worsening conditions, so that they can respond accordingly.
This easy to use technology includes intuitive patient-facing tools such as the Vtuls Biosensor and Vtuls Mobile app – which can be rebranded – and an easy-to-use platform for health professionals.
How quickly can this be up-and-running?
We can provide all the necessary equipment, training and support you need and have you fully operational within 48 hours, no matter where in the world you are.
Can we schedule a demo?
We’d love to provide you with a virtual demonstration and talk to you about how we can help. Please contact us here.