DANAVI for Homecare

Comprehensive Remote Monitoring for Post -treatment Care
DANAVI Home Care helps patients to stay healthy during preparation of upcoming treatment and throughout their recovery period after being discharged from the hospital for their treatments. Using DANAVI Home Care, healthcare providers encourages patients to adhere to their post-treatment care and enable constant communication with their patients. Clinical information is routinely or continuously collected and processed, presented to the patient as well as healthcare provider, for quick feedback, triage, and instant intervention.

Our Remote Patient Monitoring focuses on 3 key aspects to:

KEY FEATURES

Alerts

In case measurement data goes outside of the defined threshold values, an alert is sent to the monitoring clinicians. The clinicians can review the patient's data through a secured portal in real time

Videoconferencing

Patients can communicate with their doctors via videoconferencing.

Reminders

Patients or their doctors can set reminders, for health-related activities, such as doctor appointments, or non-medical task, such as daily activities and social engagements.

Patient Monitoring Parameters

For each patient, the monitoring clinician can set threshold values and a schedule of daily health measurements. The system can also set automatic reminders for multiple patients.

Vital Signs Monitoring and Personal Health Record (PHR)

Patient is set to undergo health measurement with the use of appropriate sensors and/or wearable devices. The measurement obtained is automatically transmitted to the mobile or tablet and uploaded to secured repository

DANAVI Home Care employs Deep Learning technology to predict exacerbations before it happens and multitude of wireless sensor devices to acquire comprehensive patients’ vital signs in real-time. It helps patients and providers reduce hospital re-admissions and improves the self-management of disease as well as patients’ engagement by providing quality healthcare at reduced costs and improved outcomes. Best of all, CMS has finalized reimbursement codes for remote patient monitoring programs starting in November 2019.