Collabr Telehealth Four Pillars

Collabr Telehealth Four Pillars

Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities that leverage Collabr Telehealth’s four pillars for proactive health care provide a safer living solution for their patients and residents than keeping them at home. Good health requires both physical and mental wellbeing. Our four pillar telehealth solution provides multiple levels of health safety while keeping patients and residents engaged and connected with their families and friends.

Collabr Telehealth’s four pillars

Multiple Condition Wearable

The world of monitoring currently consists of individual wearables, each that monitors major health issues. In most cases, each wearable monitors a specific health issue. The cost for these wearables ranges from $100.00 to over $250.00 each. Collabr Telehealth is offering a wearable that is capable of monitoring multiple health conditions in a single device for under $100.00. This single wearable is capable of monitoring the following conditions:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Body Temperature
  • Heart Rate/ECG
  • Blood Oxygenation
  • Sleep Monitoring
  • GPS Tracking

Continuous Monitoring

Continuous monitoring of health conditions will proactively prevent them from becoming serious health issues. A spike in temperature can be the early stages of COVID, the flu or a UTI. A decrease in oxygen level could represent the early stage of COVID. We recommend that everyone living or working in an Assisted Living facility or a Nursing Home leverages our multiple condition wearable and continuous monitoring to ensure everyone is safe. GPS tracking is used in memory care as a way to keep track of Alzheimer's or dementia patients if they go missing.

Crystal Clear Video

Quality of health and wellbeing of residents and patients includes mental as well as physical care. Continuous monitoring addresses physical health. Video addresses mental wellbeing. New nursing home patients face a 14-day incubation period where they are not able to accept visitors. The ability to have video conferences with family and friends significantly lessens their loneliness during this time period. Video also enables connections with family and friends who are not local. This is also true for residents in Assisted Living facilities as well. Physicians visit their patients in nursing homes based on their caseload, making it difficult for them to maintain a consistent schedule. Video allows a family member to advocate for the patient by attending visits in real-time.

Optional licensed registered Nurse monitoring

It is possible to have a Collabr Telehealth registered nurse monitoring an individual patient. Our customers have found that using one of our registered nurses to monitor resident care typically winds up being 30% cheaper, on average, than using your employed staff.