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Accelerate discharge, reduce readmissions and improve outcomes.

Maintain visibility of your high-risk patients at home through continuous remote monitoring and integrated virtual engagement tools.

CLINICAL PATHWAYS

Our full-service care management program can get health systems up and running in 2 weeks

COVID-19

Pre and post surgery

COPD

Diabetes

Oncology

Heart failure

PATIENT JOURNEY

An example COPD pathway

Monday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

June, a 76-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 calls to confirm that it is working correctly. June’s Care Management Team is able to see her real-time continuous vital signs.

Monday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

June uses Current Health to report that she is home, feeling well and that she has taken her medication.

This is logged in the electronic medical record as part of June’s transitional care management

Tuesday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

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

Current Health detects this and an alert is generated.

Tuesday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

The Care Management Team reviews June’s trending data and can clearly identify deterioration in her health. They begin to closely monitor the continuous vital sign data in the clinical dashboard.

Tuesday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

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

The Care Management Team reviews this, alongside the alarm previously generated and schedule a video visit.

Tuesday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

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

During the call, her physician, Dr. Jacobsen, prescribes steroids and offers reassurance to June.

Thursday

8:00am 6:00pm 9:30am 9:45am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:00pm

The Care Management Team continues to monitor June’s recovery through Current Health.

She is recovering well and feeling confident at home. She has required no readmission to the hospital very happy with her care experience.

After 30 days, the Current Health kit is collected at June’s home and returned to Current Health for recycling, ready for the next patient.

June, a 76-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 calls to confirm that it is working correctly. June’s Care Management Team is able to see her real-time continuous vital signs.

June uses Current Health to report that she is home, feeling well and that she has taken her medication.

This is logged in the electronic medical record as part of June’s transitional care management

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

Current Health detects this and an alert is generated.

The Care Management Team reviews June’s trending data and can clearly identify deterioration in her health. They begin to closely monitor the continuous vital sign data in the clinical dashboard.

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

The Care Management Team reviews this, alongside the alarm previously generated and schedule a video visit.

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

During the call, her physician, Dr. Jacobsen, prescribes steroids and offers reassurance to June.

The Care Management Team continues to monitor June’s recovery through Current Health.

She is recovering well and feeling confident at home. She has required no readmission to the hospital very happy with her care experience.

After 30 days, the Current Health kit is collected at June’s home and returned to Current Health for recycling, ready for the next patient.

Key benefits

Key benefits

Accelerate discharge

Shorten length of stay and improve DRG margin by giving clinical confidence to discharge earlier, with remote monitoring

Reduce readmissions

Intervene proactively at early signs of deterioration to prevent deterioration, ED visits and readmission

Boost patient satisfation

Enable patients to recover from the comfort of their own home with on-demand access to resources and support.

Reimbursement

Increase Revenue through CMS Reimbursement

500 patients per month can generate in excess of $1.5m per year of new revenue.

$18.77

99453

Patient onboarding and education

ONCE PER EPISODE OF CARE

$62.44

99454

Kit supply with daily tracking and alerts

ONCE PER 30 DAYS

$51.61

99457

First 20 minutes
of monitoring

ONCE PER 30 DAYS

$42.22

99458

Each additional 20 minutes of monitoring

ONCE PER 30 DAYS

$14.80

G2012

Virtual
check-in

ONCE PER 30 DAYS

Testimonials

Current Health saved a COPD patient’s life this weekend. A traditional cardiac telehealth system would not have given us the patient vitals we needed.

Home Health Team, Baptist Health

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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