Better outcomes for more people without the device.
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)
Highly versatile remote monitoring has been proven throughout healthcare. HealthCall RPM is accessible, scalable, cost-effective, and customizable.
Scalable remote patient monitoring with a personal touch
HealthCall RPM uses SMS text messaging, email, and phone calls to encourage, educate, and assess patient progress — without devices.
Patented technology engages patients through an intelligent sequence of texting, email, and automated phone outreach to provide a superior experience enabling patients to respond in a way most convenient to them.
The automated HealthCall RPM interacts directly with patients to collect current and relevant information. Sophisticated risk-based decision support tools alert providers in real-time to take appropriate action when patient responses are outside of prescribed limits. For patients with unique clinical needs, elements within the monitoring programs can easily be individualized by the patient.
Beyond technology, HealthCall RPM acts as an extension of the care professional by applying behavioral health methodologies proven to empower and encourage healthier self-care behaviors.
HealthCall RPM automates the communication of more timely and relevant health information with patients enabling care professionals to focus on the right patients at the right time.
High touch for patients. Low impact on you.
The cost-effective, scalable HealthCall model casts a broader care net to monitor larger populations and proactively identify rising risk individuals. Realtime alerts allow a process of management-by-exception enabling limited care teams to focus on the right patients at the right time.
By monitoring subtle changes related to key signs and symptoms, care professionals are alerted to patients early as they begin to trend outside of limits, to provide more appropriate proactive care mitigating the need for hospitalization or expensive emergency services.
“We switched to HealthCall for the greater flexibility and lower cost of ownership. HealthCall is easier to use and we can use it in other programs and reach a wider patient population.”
Managing by exception with a personal touch
Whenever a patient’s response falls outside of their prescribed parameters, HealthCall RPM flags the patient’s chart. Risk stratification tools prioritize follow-up calls accordingly. A huge patient population can be managed efficiently and effectively by very few staff.
Not only that, but care team members can focus on the right patients at the right time, providing patient-centric care where it’s needed most as they interact with patients during critical follow-up calls.”
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Device-based Monitoring for the 4%
For the small subset of patients who may benefit from physical monitoring devices, HealthCall supports both physical device readings and patient-reported outcomes. The real-time tracking and trending of both device metrics and patient-reported outcomes appear within the same interface.
Available third-party biometric devices include weight scales, blood pressure cuffs, pulse oximetry, and activity wrist bands. Through the HealthCall device API (application program interface) third-party device manufacturers and distributors build seamless integrations to display their device readings directly within the HealthCall interface. Decision support tools can then graph data along with alerting appropriate staff when readings are outside of prescribed patient-specific limits.
Related Client Success Stories
Galveston County Health District (GCHD) launched a new innovative patient care system with HealthCall to help monitor active COVID-19 cases in Galveston County.
Providers and paramedics can immediately begin using a web-based coronavirus screening and monitoring application to help patients remotely.
Plano Fire-Rescue advances community paramedicine. Joshua Clouse, BSBM, CP-C, Lic-P, a firefighter-paramedic with Plano Fire-Rescue was an early adopter of Community Paramedicine, a program advancing the role of paramedics in post-hospital, in-home care.