MeduPal Chronic Care Management Robot:
MeduPal Robot can guide and motivate patients for better health. MeduPal's alerts and automated medicine management can help patient stay on track. Chronic care management, encompasses the oversight and education activities conducted by health care professionals to help patients with chronic diseases and health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, and sleep apnea learn to understand their condition and live successfully with it. This term is equivalent to disease management for chronic conditions.
MeduPal Robots work involves helping motivating patients to persist in necessary therapies and interventions and helping them to achieve an ongoing, reasonable quality of life.
By combining MeduPal Robot with patient-generated data from devices like glucometers, CGMs, and blood pressure cuffs with relevant data from the EHR, MeduPal gives clinicians a more complete view of their patients' health, helping drive better, patient-specific clinical decisions.
With growing pressure on health systems to keep patients healthy at home due to cost and frequency of readmission, MeduPal provides a cost-effective, easy-to-use tech solution for virtual management of heart failure patients.
Fatty Liver Disease
The most common form of liver disease around the world, Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and its most aggressive form, Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) are not well-known among the general population, but their comorbid conditions like diabetes, obesity, and metabolic syndrome are.
With the rapid rise of cardiovascular disease, the cost for treatment in coming years will be staggering. Armed with better data, clinicians can risk stratify their patients, remotely monitor their progress, and intervene with timely, guideline-based management—all helping to reduce the staggering cost attached to the condition.
Obesity is a global epidemic in both children and adults. And is one of the biggest contributors to preventable chronic disease and rising US healthcare costs. MeduPal’s obesity view alerts clinicians to risk factors associated with obesity (e.g. hypertension, type 2 diabetes, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease), and identifies and closes gaps in best practices in obesity management.
MeduPal empowers home health providers to care for their high-risk patients at home, avoiding hospital readmission and improving patient outcomes.
Remote Patient Management (RPM) for Chronic Care Management strengthens a patient’s support system to keep them in optimal health. It provides an engagement and empowerment tool that optimizes community patient care. RPM provides the communication platform for patient and care teams to collaborate.
It enables the ability to take preventive action, to reduce Emergency Department (ED) visits, hospitalizations and the average hospital length of stay, reducing the cost to the healthcare system. The RPM solution enables care providers to tailor a personalized monitoring plan for individual patients by offering the most complete set of tools and data connections to power effective virtual care across multiple settings.
As a comprehensive solution built on top of Orion Health Amadeus, RPM enables remote care of patient
Minimize contact from patient to caregivers and caregivers to patient. Deliver testing, food and medicine to patients. Everything needed to learn how to prepare family, test, report, track and receive results including text alerts and news updates. Includes emotional and anxiety AI software and calming portal.
Minimize and Eliminate Contact
•Free up paid employees and minimize patients and caregivers exposure to Covid-19
•Telehealth Telepresence with patients in hospital, at testing stations and at home (with our smallert MeduPal Robot).
•Free up paid employees, Increase Quality and Patient Satisfaction
(Handles repetitive non-critical tasks to free up paid employees)
•Telehealth / Telepresence costs to be subsidized •Testing capabilities: associated costs may be subsidized
•Proactive care process •Personalized/communicative companion reduces anxiety •AI/design for anti-anxiety & depression due to stress of care & social isolation •Cloud data management, integration with existing data infrastructure (ie, Epic)
Improve Patient Satisfaction
•Bird's eye view of care process tracked in real time •Personalized/communicative companion functionality
•Proactive mental health management) through AI/design
•Reduces anxiety and depression due to stress of care and social isolation
•Remote patient management (RPM) with FDA approved devices
•RPM Integration into existing devices •New communication channel with healthcare team
Generate Revenue And Save Labor (Insurance * CPT Codes)
We have systems and robots for hospitals and clinics.
Telemedicine including teleheath, RPM and telepresence has long attracted interest for its potential to enable new and better models of care. Remote monitoring of key health metrics is a particularly important capability as rates of chronic disease increase and health plans and doctors seek new ways to stop disease progression.¹ This technology can help patients better manage their health and take action to improve outcomes. The chronic disease challenge In 2014, six in 10 Americans had at least one chronic disease, and more than 40% had two or more. This population uses disproportionately more care, and their medical spending is higher.²
The challenge is especially acute among those who have multiple health problems. The 12% of Americans who have five or more chronic conditions account for 41% of medical spending, and they are far more likely to have functional limitations that can compromise their independence and further complicate the delivery of care and health outcomes.
The new health care landscape Amid these challenges, value-based care is putting quality and patient outcomes in the spotlight.
With America’s health worsening, health plans must do more to turn the tide. As health care providers increasingly accept risk, they are also more accountable for chronic disease care. Rethinking care delivery and settings is part of the solution. Stakeholders frequently emphasize the importance of ensuring patients receive the right care at the right time and in the right setting.
More often, the right setting includes a component at home, where many Americans prefer to receive care, and where care is often most cost effective. With the right remote monitoring and telehealth (and telepresence moving from room-to-room) technology in place, the home setting is well positioned to support a more sustainable health care system.3
Evidence for remote monitoring An Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality review found remote monitoring was consistently associated with benefits for chronic conditions, including:4 COPD: Fewer disease exacerbations, improved quality of life, reduced hospital admissions and reduced ED use. CHF: Reduced mortality, fewer hospitalizations and lower direct costs. Diabetes: Improved blood glucose and HbA1c levels. Multiple chronic conditions: Improved clinical, symptomatic and psychosocial outcomes. Reduced hospital and ED utilization.
Healthcare systems are undergoing rapid changes in light of the current pandemic, and MindHeart is finding solutions to patient care with robots, telehealth and remote patient monitoring.
MeduPal radically simplifies the integration of patient data into clinical care systems for clinics, hospitals, nursing homes and home care. With its cloud-to-cloud medical infrastructure, MeduPal combines the robot with innovative global technology to ensure patient data remains anonymous.