There is no denying the need to deliver more healthcare at home. But today, the last mile of delivering care at home is highly fragmented, with healthcare organizations asked to stitch together point solutions.
Current Health enables healthcare organizations to personalize and scale how they deliver healthcare at home with a single, flexible solution.
With the ability to tailor clinical monitoring and patient engagement to the individual patient, we can support care across clinical conditions and acuity levels. Working with the leading health systems, we provide our expertise to scale healthcare at home.Request more information
Joann Sciandra, AVP Population Health
Dr. Brett Oliver, CMIO
Hospital at Home Patient
Dr. Cardinale Smith, Chief Quality Officer
Reduction in ED visits
Virtual beds managed
Reduction in readmissions
Reduction in length of stay
We integrate data from across technology vendors to provide a single window into patient health at home. Our flexible platform can be tailored to any clinical use case by combining our own FDA-cleared continuous monitoring device with a broad network of connected wearables and self-reported patient data.
Leverage our shared clinical dashboard to know when a patient needs care. Alerts can be accessed through our stand-alone dashboard or your EHR / EDC system. Our Clinical Command Center can act as an extension of your team to triage and manage first-line patient care.
Create a seamless care experience for patients, providing regular nudges through reminders and surveys, daily engagement via video visits and messaging, as well as seamless coordination of in-home services such as blood draws or medication delivery.
We deliver our patient services and applications in over 30 languages, including multilingual support and virtual care management. New languages can be added in under a week.
We provide full in-home connectivity, optimized for remote and rural settings, utilizing any available mobile network carrier.
We can provide everything a patient needs, including a fully-loaded tablet, or go full BYOD using a patient’s existing smartphone and connected devices.