Chronic conditions are now easily followed with WiCis Health 3.0
Monitor different variables, depending on the pathology that a patient has, from anywhere. Set up alerts to caregivers of changes on a given patient.
Schedule a video appointments regularly with your patients.
Health 3.0 increases engagement between caregivers and patients with chronic conditions.
Educational Careflows are available for patients, family or others who may be involved in the management of a patient’s chronic condition.
CareFlows automate processes and follow your existing workflows. The system can send SMS notifications, emails, schedule appointments, and more. Also secured video tools are available to improve communication between caregivers and patients.
Effective patient education has been linked to improve patient satisfaction, and decreased anxiety, lower complications, decreased utilization of emergency department visits for post-operative health concerns, decreased readmission rates after surgery, and decreased healthcare costs. Opioid addiction, Diabetes, Hypertension, Chronic Respiratory Problems, and Obesity can now be treated remotely with WiCis Health 3.0.
The combination of Secured Video-Conferencing, Remote Monitoring and Customizable Careflows designed for a particular diagnosis can improve patient outcomes while lowering costs and reducing the risk of infection.
WiCis Health 3.0 is a World Class Technology
We are experts in moving medical wearables data from anywhere in the world to our server in less than one second using 3g, 4g, Wi‐Fi or satellite. WiCis Health 3.0 provides you with the tools to design a customizable Careflow by specialty care, or we can design one specific for your needs. The system uses a secured peer to peer video, that is HIPPA compliant, real time biometrics data to monitor different variables, depending on the pathology that a patient has, from anywhere.
OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
This solution goes well beyond the video interview.
The TATRC staff successfully utilized WiCis suite of virtual health solutions to conduct austere field testing exercises across the Nepalese Himalayas from 19 May to June 15 2017. Equipment was found to be very intuitive, durable and suitable for conducting remote patient monitoring (RPM) demonstrations of forward deployed soldiers. Documented RPM vital signs delays were less than 1.5 seconds throughout the duration of the data capturing phase.