Keep Patients Healthy at Home | Remote Patient Monitoring & Telehealth Platform by Current Health

Current
at home.

As health systems become more community-centric, we know a priority is to reduce readmissions and keep patients healthy and at home. But, traditionally, it’s been hard to maintain visibility of a patient once they’re home. Healthcare professionals only learn of a problem when the patient presents to the ER.

Current Health passively and continuously monitors the health of patients at home, alerting healthcare professionals when someone is at high risk to allow earlier intervention.

Giving the right people the right information.

By managing patients at home with Current Health, the care team stays in the know and can make proactive decisions earlier. We provide physicians and nurses with complete visibility of patient health at home. Because our wearable is both a monitor and a seamless transmission hub, we make it passive and easy for the patient, with no manual entry.

Helping patients feel involved.

With Current, patients can easily report symptom information with our app’s chatbot, as well as connect with their care team through video or secure text messaging. By staying connected to their care team, patients experience a greater sense of comfort, control, and engagement with their health.

Making setup and deployment easy.

We deliver our fully managed kits straight to the patient’s front door, or you can take it to them. Setup is complete in two steps: plug in the HomeHub and slide the wearable up the arm. There’s no provisioning. No configuration. Plus, every aspect of our wearable device has been designed with a patient’s comfort in mind. We even have a 95% patient adherence rate to prove it.

Patient with COPD

Monday

12:00pm 6:00pm 6:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Judith, an 86-year-old female patient is discharged after admission with an acute exacerbation of COPD. Judith leaves with a change in medication and a Current Health HomePack. A home health service will support her for 30 days post-discharge.

Monday

12:00pm 6:00pm 6:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Judith uses Current Health to report that she is home and feeling well and that she has taken her medication. This is logged in the electronic medical record as part of Judith's transitional care management.

Tuesday

12:00pm 6:00pm 6:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Judith experiences a drop in oxygen saturation and an increase in respiration rate. Current Health detects this and an alert is generated. Judith's care manager is notified and proactively schedules a video call.

Wednesday

12:00pm 6:00pm 6:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Judith takes the video call through the tablet provided by Current Health. During the call, her physician, Dr. Jacobsen, adjusts her medication and offers further health education and reassurance.

Friday

12:00pm 6:00pm 6:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Judith shows strong signs of recovery through Current, and no further changes in treatment are required. Judith continues to use the app for ongoing medication reminders and symptom reporting.

Judith, an 86-year-old female patient is discharged after admission with an acute exacerbation of COPD. Judith leaves with a change in medication and a Current Health HomePack. A home health service will support her for 30 days post-discharge.

Judith uses Current Health to report that she is home and feeling well and that she has taken her medication. This is logged in the electronic medical record as part of Judith's transitional care management.

Judith experiences a drop in oxygen saturation and an increase in respiration rate. Current Health detects this and an alert is generated. Judith's care manager is notified and proactively schedules a video call.

Judith takes the video call through the tablet provided by Current Health. During the call, her physician, Dr. Jacobsen, adjusts her medication and offers further health education and reassurance.

Judith shows strong signs of recovery through Current, and no further changes in treatment are required. Judith continues to use the app for ongoing medication reminders and symptom reporting.

“With Current, we’ve seen the ability to deliver
intervention at a far earlier point and
prevent hospital readmission.”

Neil Perry
CIO, Dartford & Gravesham NHS
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