Tunstall to preview telehealth and tracker apps at Connect Expo
Telehealthcare solutions provider Tunstall Healthcare will showcase two new mobile health applications at the Connect Expo in Melbourne next week.
Tunstall plans to release its new mymobile telehealth app shortly as a platform extension of its home monitoring solution.
The app allows remote management of the patient’s individual care plan, vital sign data, health interviews and triage processes and is supported by Tunstall's Integrated Care Platform (ICP).
Tunstall Healthcare managing director Lyn Davies said the mymobile telehealth app provides patients and clinicians with a flexible mobile interface for monitoring vital signs and chronic health conditions on the go.
“Supported by our flagship Integrated Care Platform, mymobile facilitates proactive self-management, assisting patients to remotely monitor their health data, access individual care plans, and review scheduled interviews with their care team,” Ms Davies said.
“Once entered all patient health data is automatically synchronised to our patient management system ICP triage manager for clinical triage by the care team.”
Tunstall will also preview the myCareTrack app, a mobile safety solution tailored for lone workers including health professionals conducting in-home patient care visits.
Ms Davies said the myCareTrack app included check-in, check-out functions, an SOS function and activity reporting monitored by Tunstall's 24-hour response centre, and would allow workers to notify Tunstall's system of their movements or distress situations.
“Renowned for its focus on adaptive and innovative technology, Connect Show 2015 is an exciting platform with which to preview Tunstall’s new mobile health solutions.”
The Connect Expo is being held next Tuesday and Wednesday, April 21 and 22, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
A two-day FutureHealth Summit is one of 11 conferences running alongside the expo and will cover telehealth, remote medicine, patient engagement and empowerment, apps, big data and analytics, wearable tech, point of care diagnostics and robotics.
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