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getUBetter is a digital self-management platform for common musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. The platform provides self-management recovery support for patients, through personalised, evidence-based behaviour change techniques. Each element of the care pathway is configured to the local health system and then delivered to their population. Patients can self-refer or can be prescribed during virtual or face-to-face consultations.
Vitacam is a CE marked, software-based medical device that uses webcams and smartphone cameras to measure a patient's pulse and respiratory rate from video. By tracking chest movements and minute colour changes in the face caused by pulsatile blood flow, the system provides a contactless method of gathering observations. It’s especially useful to detect early signs of deterioration in elderly care settings. Respiratory rate in is often unmeasured due to a lack of time, training or resources.The roadmap includes more vital parameters to get a more complete set of observations.
Remote patient monitoring - DOC@HOME®
DOC@HOME is an accredited and regulatory compliant health platform which enable healthcare professionals to improve quality, efficiency and productivity.Docobo has been working closely with health and social care services for 20 years, enhancing and improving knowledge and product development to ensure we continue to deliver real and reliable solutions and optimise our clients’ adoption of ‘digital’ in a coherent interoperable system. Adoption is most successful when it is an evolutionary process, which assures effective change, with confidence and momentum.
Modernising Primary Care telephony
In 2020, the Health Innovation Network worked with the South East London Integrated Care System to explore how modern telephony systems can impact primary care service delivery. This culminated in the creation of a telephony commissioning guide which can be downloaded below.