Remote monitoring for patients with Chronic Heart Failure

Encouraging self-care, improving outcomes and reducing hospital admissions.

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Remote monitoring for patients with Chronic Heart Failure

Encouraging self-care, improving outcomes and reducing hospital admissions.

Vital Signs

Remotely monitor vital signs with Bluetooth devices, and general health with individual question sets.

Patient Education

Give patients a better understanding of their condition.

Self Management

Empower patients to self-manage and spot the early warning signs or exacerbations.

CliniTouch Vie combines remote monitoring, patient education and patient self-management to reduce exacerbations and avoid hospital admissions.

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Absolute saving per patient

Ghosh, S., O’Kelly, N., Weir, A., Roberts, E.J., Barker, C. and Swift, J., 2018. A cost saving intervention for patients with severe breathlessness. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 24(11), pp. 2-4.


Clinical teams track vital signs and know when their patients’ health changes or feel unwell.

Patients have daily health monitoring goals:

  • Recording accurate clinical measurements such as temperature, heart rate, oxygen levels, blood pressure and weight using Bluetooth devices.
  • Answering clinically validated questions to track symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, tiredness and fluid retention.

Clinical teams view patient lists that are prioritised with red/amber/green status, making it easy to triage and see the right patients at the right time.

CliniTouch Heart Failure Question
CliniTouch Caseload


Intelligent algorithms generate prioritised alerts. Nursing teams can target their effort to those patients who most need their care – and be reassured that their remaining caseload is safe and well. Earlier intervention means improved clinical outcomes and cost savings.

Care plans and question sets can be personalised for each patient’s individual healthcare needs.


Video consultations let clinicians stay in contact with their patients without the need for face-to-face contact.

Messaging is quick and easy too. Clinicians can ask questions, respond to non-urgent patient questions, and reassure patients about their health.

Clinicians can signpost patients to appropriate educational material to encourage better self-management. The bite-sized content is easy to read and clinical teams can see when a patient has read each page.

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“The clinical team value being able to case manage their patients by close monitoring, which should reduce the risk of them having an emergency hospital admission. Most importantly, patients will feel well supported.”

Zoe Harris, Integrated Cardio-respiratory Lead at Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust


Why We're Interested in Digital Health Solutions

Professor Sudip Ghosh, Clinical Director for Research and Specialist Services, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

Professor Sudip Ghosh
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