Grant Funding through Telematics Trust
In June 2019, Health Kite was successful in attaining grant funding through Telematics Trust to develop ‘technology to transform lives through education and training for the cultural, social and economic benefit of Victorians.’ Thanks to this grant, the Health Kite team will spend the next 12 months designing and implementing a solution based on extensive research, consultation and iteration.
The scope of the project includes the research, co-design, development, delivery, support and assessment of a digital platform to provide domiciliary oxygen therapy patients with various tools and resources in order to optimise the prescribed therapy whilst providing a more comforted, educated and connected patient experience.
Domiciliary Oxygen Therapy patients will be provided with a tablet that is designed to better connect, educate and engage them in their treatment. Through the use of telemetry, the system will enable remote care providers to closely monitor the health and well-being of the patient in real-time. The clinician dashboard enables a summary view of all patients under their management. Traffic light style alerts allow easy identification of patient information that requires review or attention.
- Capture and Reporting of Patient Reported Outcome Measures
- Physiological Data capture
- Patient education / information
- Direct communication with Prescribers
- Automated fault reporting
- Compliance Monitoring
- Historical Usage Reporting
- Operational Settings
- Automated Report Generation
- Service Codes
- Asset Tracking
The project will benefit recipients of delivery of domiciliary oxygen therapy services. Patients will have access to a library of text and video materials to better inform them about their treatment, how to use their prescribed oxygen therapy equipment and how best to care for themselves during treatment.
Remote care teams will have access to actionable insights about the patient’s condition in real-time. They will be able to view the physiological and patient reported health data that is transmitted from the tablet issued to the patient so that they are able to assess the effectiveness of their prescribed program. Such information will include SPO2% and various health questionnaires (Patient Reported Outcome Measures / PROMs).
To learn more about this project which is currently underway, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org