Remote care of chronic diseases
We have proven to be a key digital solution for the remote care of patients with chronic diseases. What makes us unique is the possibility to capture continuous real-time data for any medical device from the home of the patient. The personalization of the follow-up plan, its ease of use, smart alerts, and real-time measurements make it a unique system. We have managed to provide remote care that has proven to radically improve the quality of life of patients, as well as reducing readmissions by 40% and reducing emergencies by 33%.
We are helping home care services to connect patients’ health from home, optimizing resources. Did you know that more than 90% of patients rate this service as excellent? With some clients, we have been able to provide them with digitized home care, an automatic recording of measurements, and a follow-up with their families and healthcare professionals.
Integration via API and SDK
We deliver a remote care followup based on all the medical devices and wearables into medical records and other platforms through our API integration (or standards such as FHIR or HL7). Professionals can log into their own systems and access our connected health platform. We are also the white label of large hospitals and insurance companies.
We focus of people
“HumanITcare increased the quality of life of patients, they perform self-care tasks more effectively and feel safer thanks to the constant monitoring available to the medical team.”
Juan Antonio Franco
Nurse, Hospital Torrevieja
“HumanITcare gives peace of mind. My health is delivered at home. It is easy and I don’t have to be worried about my complications.”
73 years old, patient
“It is a huge advantage that I can monitor my patients from home. They don’t need to come to the hospital, and I can deliver remote care and better assistance. Thanks for an amazing experience!”
Doctora, Hospital of Barcelona
“I am so grateful that my medical team and caregivers can have a detailed remote follow-up of my health. I feel very comfortable. Thanks for making it possible.”
77 years old, patient
Funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU