InterCare® connecting people to their health, carer and family networks.
InterCare® is an integrated telehealth, care and communications platform. Uniquely combining digital health monitoring, self-care and video consultation technology, interCare® improves the efficiency of caring for long-term condition patients in their own homes. InterCare® supports transformation projects, the integration of health with social care, and the needs of the individual.
InterCare® improves self-care and reduces demand for a range of NHS resources
Intuitive InterCare TV & Mobile interfaces make digital healthcare accessible for the elderly and vulnerable. Technology to reduce the NHS costs of healthcare for some of the most dependent populations . InterCare® gives patients the confidence and support to manage their conditions and take a proactive role in their own care.
View the results of the NHS Foundation Trust pilot below
InterCare® connects patients with everyone in their health and wellbeing network – clinicians, carers and family. Our App allows healthcare professionals, to be connected, with the patients under their care whilst on the move
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A 12-month pilot study of chronic lung disease patients by an NHS Foundation Trust has shown strong results for Nimbus Medical’s InterCare® platform.
The self-care platform enables patients to check their vital signs and connects them with their healthcare and family support network via a tablet or TV. The pilot initiative dramatically reduced home visits and emergency hospital admissions*, with:
|37% reduction in unplanned admissions|
|33% reduction in home visits|
|43% reduction in follow-up outpatient visits|
|62% of patients with reduced anxiety scores|
|43% of patients with reduced depression scores|
The senior clinical informatics and benefits facilitator at the Trust said: “All of the patients who took part in the study led very restricted lives because of their condition. They all recognised that their condition was susceptible to deterioration very quickly, and reported that proactive monitoring made them more confident in managing it better.”
A patient's own television can be InterCare®-enabled with a HDMI stick, secure camera and user-friendly, large-scale keyboard controls. It brings accessible technology to a broad range of patients, including the elderly, vulnerable and those who need support with chronic conditions and rehabilitation.
|InterCare Feature||Use in the NHS||Benefits for Healthcare Professionals (HCP)|
|InterCare Mobile App||View patient cards, receive alerts and communicate with patients when away from your desk|
|Health vital sign recording||Regular data recorded in home aids patient management|
|Patient data parameters and alerts||Data parameters configured for the individual. Exception alerts delivered to relevant HCP|
|Patient card view||Single-screen view to quickly assess all patients and determine video consultation priorities|
|Graphical data representation||Usage trends in a patient’s vital sign data to inform assessments and video consultations|
|Video Consultation||Assess long-term condition patients, minimising home visits or appointment use|
|Multi-disciplinary team video call||Collaborate with remote colleagues about a patient|
|Health questionnaire platform||Create simple or variable branch health questionnaires|
|Health content platform||Deliver self-care and rehabilitation video content|
|Central user calendar||View and create calendar items so the patient and their wider care network is fully informed and reminded|
|Patient messaging||Send and receive messages to keep patients informed about their care|
|Reminders||Create reminders about video consultations, appointments and medication to help the elderly and vulnerable manage their health|
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* Results based on patients who had been on the programme for more than five months (statistics from 12-patient sample)