Digital pathway management platform that increases clinical capacity by 30 percent showcased at event
An innovative remote monitoring platform that, in clinical studies, demonstrated a 30 percent increase in clinical capacity and a 75 percent reduction in missed appointments is being showcased at global health event Arab Health 2022.
UK digital healthcare company Ortus iHealth is showcasing the latest version of its innovative remote monitoring platform to better guide patients through their treatment journey at the show.
The company’s Ortus iHealth technology is a digital clinical pathway management platform that automates and integrates the clinician and patient journey, delivering end-to-end pathways.
The Ortus Platform enables clinicians to manage risk, prioritise patients, and respond effectively and efficiently to patient needs, providing an integrated workspace for clinicians to manage their pathways. It brings together PRoMS and PReMs, remote monitoring, and data from multiple devices and systems to create dashboards and workspaces facilitating active management.
An upgraded version of the platform – Ortus iHealth 2.0 – is being released at Arab Health and has been developed with further benefits for patients and clinicians.
Dr. Debashish Das, CEO of Ortus iHealth, said: “Adding active pathway management to our platform has been a goal from the start. The new dashboards, automation, and integration combined, transforms outpatient delivery, simplifying the clinical and operational processes for care teams. We are delighted to be launching our innovative technology on the ABHI UK Pavilion at Arab Health and look forward to showcasing its unique capabilities for patients and clinicians globally.”
Remote management has been shown to significantly reduce hospital stays and rates of readmission, according to the firm. The use of the Ortus platform has been evaluated in clinical studies, demonstrating a 75 percent reduction in missed appointments, a 30 percent increase in clinical capacity, and a significant improvement in patient outcomes.
By collecting regular patient data, both vital measures and patient-reported symptoms, clinicians have greater insights into a patient’s current situation and the direction of travel of their condition. This data, combined with smart processing tools, can be used both to identify deteriorating patients, and enable clinicians to respond by identifying those at risk of future adverse events.
Arab Health 2022 is taking place from 24-27 January 2022 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Throughout the show, Ortus iHealth will be located on the ABHI UK Pavilion in Hall 2 H2.H5.1
Arab Health is a global healthcare event that presents an exceeding range of healthcare products and services from over 3,500 exhibitors from across the world. Exhibitors showcase a diverse range of products and services from multiple categories, including medical equipment, wellness and prevention, rehabilitation, and general health.
The show has a comprehensive conference programme for healthcare professionals to learn more about engaging subjects and is a chance for them to network and discover new assistive products.