The home heart monitoring provides network data transmission services that allow patients to connect directly to their health care providers...
HomMedart monitoring provides network data transmission services that allow patients to connect directly to their health care providers. The monitoring system collects true clinical data on the patient's condition using the Sentry, which collects and transmits data from the patient, and the Observer, which receives the data, stores it and presents it to clinical personnel.
The system takes three minutes a day to complete and costs as little as $6 per patient per day. A user friendly voice announces to the patient at a set time each day that it's time take vital signs, and guides the patient through the procedure.
The patient initiates only key touches to collect vital signs using the a monitor, a digital thermometer, and a digital scale. Once vital signs are collected, data are transmitted to the Observer, a central station computer located at a hospital or a company facility that reports daily to the hospital. The Observer receives the vital signs and displays them in a quick, easy to read format. The Observer then stores the data and monitors trends on the patient's condition for up to six months. Results can be easily correlated with current medications.
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