ICP triagemanager is a web-based application which enables clinicians to interpret vital signs readings and health interview responses provided by patients living in their own home, or in a residential care setting. Clinicians can monitor and manage patients remotely and deliver more proactive and preventative care.
As part of Tunstall’s Integrated Care Platform, Triagemanager links to myMobile or myKiosk, where patients enter their vital signs readings using medical sensors, and answer health related question sets.
The software is fully scalable, with no limit to the number of patient connections. It is used in 12 countries across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.
Each patient follows their own monitoring plan, created in conjunction with their clinician. The myMobile app provides the patient with a notification when scheduled health interviews are due to be completed.
Patients use their individual secure log in to access the myMobile app on their Android or iOS device (a web- based version is also available). The app will then guide the patient through individualised health questions relating to their current symptoms, and they use the medical sensors specified by their clinician to take their vital signs readings. These readings are transmitted via Bluetooth to their mobile device.
This health information is then securely transmitted directly to a treatment team or a monitoring centre where trained operators view the data using ICP triagemanager. Results which breach the parameters set for that patient will raise an alert on the system, prioritising them on the triage screen using colour coding (RED – AMBER – GREEN) relating to the level of risk.
Either the treatment team will directly manage their patients, or an operator will follow local protocol, alerting a clinician if appropriate. They can then contact the patient to offer advice, schedule a visit, host a video conference call, or take other action such as prescribing emergency medication. Vital signs readings that are outside the patient’s limits can also be configured to generate an SMS or email alert to the care team, ensuring they are alerted to urgent medical events at an early stage.
Clinicians can also access data remotely at any time to gain valuable insight into trends, for example when titrating medicine, helping to inform ongoing care plans. Patients can use the app to view their monitoring plan, and review their vital sign and activity trends, encouraging self-management.
ICP myMobile has been designed to support people living with a range of long term physical and mental health conditions, where regular collection of health data is beneficial. It allows patients to manage their health at home and allows clinicians to work effectively and efficiently.
The app is designed to work on both Android and iOS smartphones and tablet devices (needing to meet minimum requirement guidelines).
Using the latest digital technology, our solutions help manage long term conditions. In both community and clinical settings, our remote patient monitoring and data capture abilities help to provide efficient, high quality care, mitigate adverse events and maximise clinical capacity.