We offer an advanced mobile health monitoring service that provides an electronic safety net for seniors and other people managing chronic conditions as they go about their activities of daily living. Using analysis and personalized predictive care models we are able to give caregivers and senior living centers a proactive rather than reactive stance to avert crisis and allow earlier intervention. Our secret sauce is the ability to turn the potential for information overload into discrete, actionable interventions.
The MobileCare Monitor provides individuals and their loved ones with peace of mind in an attractive, personalized device they can wear 24/7. The system monitors an individual's activity, location, and physiological status in real time, indoors or outside. The watch contains sensors to detect impacts or falls and provide an alert without the push of a button. It also includes an emergency call button so users can call for help manually if needed. The most important benefit of the watch is that it can be personalized for each user. Alerts are based on the individual's baseline and special needs which allows a proactive approach to health and wellness.
Information is collected by the watch and other available sensors, and is reported to CareStation, a web-based interface which may be to your computer or mobile PDA. In the event of a fall or other emergency, CareStation will alert caregivers, anytime and anywhere. Different levels of escalation can be personalized for each individual. CareStation indicates:
The system supports integration with existing alarm/call bell systems or other monitoring systems and devices the customer may already have. This ability allows customers to preserve their existing capital equipment investment in other systems while cost effectively enhancing situational awareness. Devices already integrated with the system include a glucose meter, a pulse ox, a weight scale, a heart rate sensor, and a blood pressure cuff, each of which interface wirelessly through Bluetooth.
The system can also be helpful for wandering and safety. In a facility or home setting, a caregiver is able to know that a user is at home wearing the watch.