Building a safe and reliable system of remote monitoring with connected IoT
Healthcare provision is changing at breakneck speed. Gone are the days when institutional care was considered the only option.
Today, providers are increasingly looking to help patients and service users live in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes. This shift is being enabled by the emergence of IoT-powered remote monitoring.
The health and care revolution
Technology is changing the way we’re looked after for the better. IoT is central to much of this, powering remote monitoring platforms. AI, robotics and electronic health records are also playing critical parts.
At-home living has become a far more feasible option for the elderly. A raft of new devices and systems mean that increasingly, those who need monitoring and care are able to live in their homes, where they truly want to be.
The cornerstone of this new world of remote monitoring has to be reliability. It’s vital that the services being rolled out to users work as they should, every time. Ensuring this reliability is one of the biggest challenges facing health providers looking to embrace the at-home model.
We believe that a service built around people and dignity is essential. As well as providing the most reliable connectivity, our platform can access all UK mobile network operators, and uses only UK numbers, which means your users and their carers will never face hefty call charges. We can put together a package and a service that’s right for your organisation, and right for your users.
How IoT can transform the model of healthcare provision
Around the world, healthcare provision is changing fast. Providers are moving away from institutional care towards an at-home model, thanks to the potential of IoT to deliver remote monitoring services.
In this paper, we’ll highlight some of the challenges that remain to you as a healthcare provider in evolving towards this new way of looking after patients and service users.