Digital Health and Care Monitoring

Connected Care providers need to maintain connectivity when providing essential health and care monitoring at patients’ homes or supported care environments.

M2M Intelligence give care providers independence from their service user’s broadband or WiFi, ensuring that they have full control for uninterrupted patient monitoring, reporting and alerting.

Help People Stay Safe and Well at Home

As people are living longer, ever more of us live with multiple health conditions and this puts an increasing burden on health and social care systems.

Worldwide the number of remotely monitored patients grew to 16.5 million in 2017 (Berg Insight). In the UK, there were 3.9 million people living with 1 or more long term health condition by 2017.

The cost of 'bed blocking' (delayed transfer of care) to NHS England stood at £820m per year and emergency re-admissions cost £2.4 billion in 2015(National Audit Office).

Monitoring can alleviate some of this burden by helping people with long term health conditions and care needs to stay safely in their own homes for longer, and by giving hospitals the confidence to discharge patients back home sooner after they recover.

Digital Solutions for Analogue Challenges

M2M Intelligence provide resilient independent connectivity used in home monitoring gateways and hubs, this removes the reliance on the patients’ own broadband services – with the obvious attendant password and reliability issues.

This has great benefits to Patients, who spend the maximum time in familiar surroundings, minimise or avoid acute illnesses and exposure to the risk of hospital acquired infection.

To Health Services who reduce the number of emergency admissions to over-full hospitals, and are enabled to discharge recovering patients to home more quickly freeing beds for new arrivals.

And to Families of patients who are better able to monitor the care and wellbeing of their relatives with less disruption to their daily lives