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Monitor Current Health
at home.

Healthcare is moving outside the hospital and the clinic. As health systems begin to deliver more healthcare at home, we know a priority is to reduce readmissions and keep patients healthy and at home. But it’s hard to maintain the visibility of a patient once they leave the hospital.

Current Health monitors, manages and engages patients at home in order to reduce risk, cost while improving outcomes and increasing reimbursement.

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Maintain visibility of Current Health at home

We provide either our own monitoring team or your care management team with complete, holistic visibility of patient health at home.

We continuously stratify patient risk through our AI-driven alerting algorithms and then use virtual visits to intervene earlier. Thanks to the unparalleled data and insight we generate, the window of opportunity to intervene is far greater than ever seen before.

Make the patient part of their care.

Our fully customizable chatbot determines patient symptoms, providing a full and holistic assessment of health.

Automated phone calls and visual/audible reminders drive increased patient engagement and adherence, while our fully integrated virtual video visits allow fast assessment of patient health.

Patients tells us that being continuously connected to the care team significantly increases confidence and feelings of safety at home.

Easy to operationalize

We provide 100+ templatized disease-specific programs, as well as deep customization to tailor them to your needs.

We can manage all or parts of your service, from managing patient enrolment to drop shipping a fully-managed and configured kit to the patient’s home and ensuring they are set up successfully.

Our experienced clinical monitoring team can take responsibility for triaging and monitoring of your patients, escalating to you based on pre-agreed criteria.

An example COPD pathway

Monday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Rebecca, an 86-year-old female patient is discharged after admission with an acute exacerbation of COPD.

 

A Current Health kit is delivered to her home as she arrives.

 

She sets the kit up, and Current Health call to confirm it’s all working correctly. She is monitored 24/7 by Current Health’s wearable.

Monday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Rebecca 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 Rebecca’s transitional care management.

Tuesday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Rebecca experiences a drop in oxygen saturation, increase in respiration rate and increase in core temperature. Throughout this time, Rebecca’s activity and movement have been low.

 

Current Health detects this and an alert is generated.

Tuesday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

The Care Management team review Rebecca’s trending data and can clearly identify deterioration in her health.

Tuesday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Rebecca reports via her daily symptom check-in that she is experiencing shortness of breath.

 

The Care Management team review this, alongside the alarm generated for Rebecca’s rising respiratory rate & temperature and falling oxygen saturation and schedule a video visit with Rebecca.

Tuesday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

Rebecca receives the video visit through the tablet provided by Current Health.

 

During the call, her physician, Dr. Jacobsen, prescribes antibiotics and offers reassurance to Rebecca.

Friday

9:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 09:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3.00pm

The Care Management team continues to monitor Rebecca’s recovery through Current Health.

 

She is recovering well and feeling happy and confident at home.

 

She has required no readmission to the hospital and has had an outstanding healthcare experience.

 

After 30 days, the Current Health kit is collected by a courier and returned to Current Health for recycling, ready for the next patient.

Rebecca, an 86-year-old female patient is discharged after admission with an acute exacerbation of COPD.

 

A Current Health kit is delivered to her home as she arrives.

 

She sets the kit up, and Current Health call to confirm it’s all working correctly. She is monitored 24/7 by Current Health’s wearable.

Rebecca 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 Rebecca’s transitional care management.

Rebecca experiences a drop in oxygen saturation, increase in respiration rate and increase in core temperature. Throughout this time, Rebecca’s activity and movement have been low.

 

Current Health detects this and an alert is generated.

The Care Management team review Rebecca’s trending data and can clearly identify deterioration in her health.

Rebecca reports via her daily symptom check-in that she is experiencing shortness of breath.

 

The Care Management team review this, alongside the alarm generated for Rebecca’s rising respiratory rate & temperature and falling oxygen saturation and schedule a video visit with Rebecca.

Rebecca receives the video visit through the tablet provided by Current Health.

 

During the call, her physician, Dr. Jacobsen, prescribes antibiotics and offers reassurance to Rebecca.

The Care Management team continues to monitor Rebecca’s recovery through Current Health.

 

She is recovering well and feeling happy and confident at home.

 

She has required no readmission to the hospital and has had an outstanding healthcare experience.

 

After 30 days, the Current Health kit is collected by a courier and returned to Current Health for recycling, ready for the next patient.

What value does Current Health deliver?

“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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