ProtectCare of America has developed an app that provides a platform for transmitting a patient's vital signs in real time to their primary care physician and his/her electronic medical records.
If these vital signs are abnormal, a patent pending alert system is triggered which then sends these values to ProtectCare’s physicians. In that way, care can be initiated for patients who exhibit these abnormal vital signs. Therefore, lives will be saved and this will decrease the number of emergency visits and unnecessary readmissions to the hospital.
Live monitoring solutions so that ProtectCare can save lives, initiate care, and prevent ER visits and unnecessary visits to the hospital.
This early warning system will save money for Medicare, Medicaid and other health insurance companies.
Lives will be saved and corrective medical care will be initiated, improving patients quality of life.
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ProtectCare technology provides patients with eight devices and a linked tablet for a complete aggregation of vital sign data that can be taken 1-2 times per day and transmitted via Bluetooth technology to a dashboard on the cloud. This system has been developed to include normal vital signs and lab values. Any abnormality will trigger an alert that will then lead to corrective action being taken.
We begin with providing eight devices to a patient: a scale, a blood pressure cuff, an O2 saturation monitor, a glucometer, a wearable watch, a small heart monitor that can detect atrial fibrillation, a forehead thermometer, and a Bluetooth linked tablet that is paired with each of the devices. By being proactive, we offer patients the opportunity to participate in their care.
The vital signs are then relayed to a dashboard on the cloud which then transmits them to the physician's medical records. In addition, if there are abnormalities for example, a blood sugar above 200, or an irregular pulse or systolic blood pressure systolic above 180, then the (Patent Pending) Alert System is triggered and these abnormal vital signs are transmitted to ProtectCare’s physicians.
ProtectCare’s Physicians then will initiate corrective care.By being HIPPA compliant, the patient will be contacted, sometimes using telemedicine, and the results of the encounter will be forwarded by e-mail to the Primary Care Physician.
ProtectCare technology provides insurers and health systems with the tools they need to enhance patient outcomes. Let’s talk about how: