Reinventing Remote Monitoring

Improving Patient Care

Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) supplies leading home care agencies with the most advanced remote monitoring platform focused on changing patient behavior to reduce readmissions and improve clinical outcomes. HRS’ disease-specific engagement kits are customized with educational video, care plans, medication reminders while integrated with Bluetooth peripherals to engage patients. For clinicians, HRS' software allows for the management of high-risk patients and provides seamless communication with them through video chat, wound imaging and text messaging. For family members and caregivers, HRS' software gives them the ability to be fully involved in their family member's care and well-being.

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Increase Patient Engagement

We engage patients in their own recovery and wellness through alerts, medical education, video chat with a clinician and multiple digital tools

Cut Costs

Reduce skilled nursing visits for your staff and cut telemonitoring FTEs through video visits and wound imaging                                                      

Reduce Readmissions

Our remote care platform is clinically proven to help reduce hospital readmissions                              

Reduce Clinician Overhead

Clinicians can visualize, at a glance, patients that are at high risk for readmission alongside those who are on track with their recovery plan

HRS Clinically Proven

Hackensack Alliance Care Organization

Challenge: Reduce 30-day Hospital readmissions and increase patient engagement

Solution: Give patients the tools to manage their own care through HRS' software

Results: 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.

HomeHealth Visiting Nurses of Southern Maine

Challenge: Support telehealth nurses in reducing readmissions for fragile and at-risk patients

Solution: Use HRS' software and reminders provided for patients to take their daily vitals

Results: HHVN launched the new generation of technology from Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) in 2015 to support the care of their most fragile and at-risk patients. Of the 474 patients placed on the HRS Patient Connect® Platform from April 2015 to April 2016, there was a 4.2% 30-day readmission rate, which is a 75% reduction in overall 30-day hospital readmissions for chronic disease patients. The state average in Maine is 16.6%.

FirstHealth of The Carolinas

Challenge: Reduce 30-day hospital readmissions for CHF, Diabetes and COPD patients

Solution: Implement the HRS remote patient-monitoring platform

Results: The HRS telehealth remote patient-monitoring platform has allowed FirstHealth to reduce the number of costly home nursing visits while improving the quality of care. First Health' home visits per 60 days in 2015 was 4.8 visits, 40% lower than the national average. Of the 175 heart failure patients monitored to date for Community Care, there has been a 40% reduction in the number of hospitalizations as compared to the six months prior to enrollment in the Center for Telehealth. That represents over 80 avoided hospitalizations and a $560,000 savings to the State's Medicaid Program.

McAuley Seton Home Care

Challenge: Reduce 30-day hospital readmissions and continue to provide quality care

Solution: Use HRS' innovative software to increase patient compliance

Results: While New York's average for 30-day home care hospital readmissions is 16.4%, Catholic Health and HRS were able to achieve a 6% readmission rate for its CHF patients last quarter. The low 6% 30-day readmission rate is mostly contributed to extremely high daily compliance rates. For example, patients using HRS's software and hardware engagement kits had a 90% daily adherence rate for recording their blood pressure, weight, and oxygen levels. They answered the daily symptom questionnaire 82% of the time.

Cornerstone VNA

Challenge: Reduce 30-day readmissions for CHF patients

Solution: Implement the HRS disease-specific software

Results: HRS's disease-specific software is designed to engage patients with education videos, teach-back quizzes, care plans and surveys, and allows for video conferencing with nurses and family members. The software is loaded on tablets and provides all the standard telehealth monitoring while integrated with wireless Bluetooth devices. With a focus on engagement and education, Cornerstone VNA now has a 4.8% 30-day readmission rate for its CHF patients using HRS's software.

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How it Works

Advanced Connectivity

4G tablet with pre-loaded HRS software is provided at discharge. Automatic Setup can be achieved through EHR Integration

Engaging Compliance

Patients use tablets to comply with treatment plan & remain engaged                                                       

Data Tracking

Data input to track activity, diet, weight & medication available for clinician & caregiver review

Educational Modules

Patients have access to teach-back quizzes and over 2000 education videos covering multiple topics and conditions

Video Chat

Clinicians can instantly communicate and visually inspect patient symptoms, which reduces time and money spent on home visits

Critical Alerts

Caregivers & clinicians receive alerts to intervene if patient is at increased risk for readmission

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