Health Recovery Solutions(HRS) provides medical centers and home health agencies with a platform to reduce readmissions and take care of high risk patients post discharge. With focus on changing patient behavior and ensuring compliance, patients are provided with disease-specific tablets, customized with their medications, reminders, and educational content. The HRS tablets are also integrated with wireless devices, monitored by not only clinicians, but also family members.
We utilize medical education, incentives, video chat, and digital tools to motivate behavioral changes in our patients to live a healthy life styles.
Our remote care platform is clinically proven to help reduce hospital readmissions by an average of 70%.
Remote vital monitoring notifies caregivers of impending medical complications before they happen.
Caregivers are able to visualize, at a glance, the patients that are high risk for readmission, and those who are following their recovery plan.
“Since launching with HRS we’ve had our best performance in terms of CHF readmission numbers. For the last two months we’ve had zero thirty day readmissions and our overall readmission rate stands at 4.4%. There’s a secret sauce here, engaging patients in their own self care management, providing them with tools for better outcomes.”
Anne Norris — MD, CMO of Penn Care at Home
A randomized clinical study was performed by Hackensack Hospital and Holy Name Medical Center to evaluate the effectiveness of using HRS’ solution to increase patient engagement and lower 30-day hospital readmissions. The results of the study indicated that there was a statistically significant drop in readmissions for the group of patients using HRS’ tablet compared with those who did not, 8% versus 28%, respectively.
HRS is an industry leader in care solutions and is currently being used at 45 leading medical centers. Using Health Recovery Solutions patented tablet solution, nurses, doctors, and family members across the country are able to provide extensive, remote care from virtually anywhere – all while patients are in the comfort of their homes.