Remote monitoring in care homes and the community

Enabling clinical teams to intervene earlier when patients show signs of early deterioration.

Remote monitoring in care homes and the community

Enabling clinical teams to intervene earlier when patients show signs of early deterioration.

Care homes have been challenged immensely during the pandemic, while facing numerous challenges with staff vacancies, funding and an inequity in the level of healthcare support.

Is it crucial that we find innovative and effective ways to ensure residents’ care is protected and improved.

Our platform, CliniTouch Vie, supports care home staff with remote monitoring. It connects care teams with GPs to assist the daily care and observation of residents.

Through a combination of clinical question sets and vital sign data, the teams can work collaboratively to ensure the right care is delivered at the right time for residents. Using remote monitoring technology in care homes enables carers and clinicians to spot signs of deterioration sooner, leading to earlier interventions and better health outcomes.

This use of telehealth can ease anxiety in both staff and residents, giving them peace of mind that a clinical team is keeping track of their health and wellbeing.

Track Vital Signs

Record accurate clinical measurements with Bluetooth devices.

Monitor Frailty

Monitor each patient's frailty using a clinically validated frailty question set.

Coordinate Care

Join up care between carers, nurses and GPs. Make care consistent across homes and clinicians.

Prioritise Patients

Quick and easy patient list triage. See the right patients at the right time.

Respond Quickly

Detect treatable deterioration sooner. Know when urgent intervention is needed.

Reduce Admissions

Reduce unscheduled admissions to hospital and increase health system capacity.

NHS England’s Framework for Enhanced Health in Care Homes: What it means for you

Our short guide takes a closer look at what the framework is, what it means in practice and how you may get more information.

The framework has been introduced to ensure a higher standard of care for people living in care homes. Moving away from traditional reactive care delivery, this model is based on proactive care that caters to the needs of individual residents, their families and care home staff.

Right patient. Right time.

We’re helping GPs know when care home residents need urgent intervention (and when they don’t).

Join the online workshop 'Remote Monitoring Made Easy'

CliniTouch Frailty Questions

Track Vulnerable Patients

Carers and nurses record vital signs using Bluetooth devices and answer a set of frailty questions for each patient. CliniTouch Vie combines this information and calculates each patient’s health risks.

Care is consistent and the system detects changes in a patient’s health straight away.

Trigger Interventions Sooner

GPs view their patient lists in a clear dashboard of clinical data. Patients are prioritised with a red, amber or green status for rapid triage, and GPs can quickly ascertain when urgent interventions are appropriate.
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Coordinate Care

CliniTouch Vie brings carers and nurses closer to their patients’ GPs to coordinate care. GPs can respond quickly with virtual home visits, which are possible thanks to the built-in messaging and video call capabilities.

The benefits of this proactive model of coordinated care include:

  • Keeping elderly and vulnerable patients safe and out of hospital
  • Helping GPs to make more efficient use of their time
  • Increasing the capacity of health systems

Case Study: Improving access to Primary Care for Care Home residents in Lincolnshire

Manor Care Centre’s ‘Virtual Ward’, enabled by CliniTouch Vie, is providing a safe way for carers and clinicians to manage patients during COVID-19. The solution includes a digital health platform and associated peripheral devices and allows allows real-time biometric and wellbeing data to be collected and entered into the digital platform for its residents by the patients’ carers in the home.

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Reduction in unscheduled COPD hospital admissions​ as a result of using CliniTouch Vie.

Ghosh, S., O’Kelly, N., Roberts, E., Barker, C. and Swift, J., 2016. Combined interventions for COPD admissions within an urban setting. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 22(3), pp.123-131.

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Discover how CliniTouch Vie can improve the capacity of your healthcare system and empower your patients to self manage their long-term conditions.​

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