IMAGINECARE IN MEDIA
4 years as Innovation engine – now Östergötland is expanding self-monitoring
Region Östergötland has an been innovation engine for four years. The goal has been to identify, implement and spread good ideas about how eHealth can be used. Medtech health has interviewed project manager Erik Reinicke about how the implementation has proceed.
She measures her values at home with new technology
More and more patients with certain diseases are given the opportunity to measure their values from home, so called self-monitoring. “It is a great feeling of security to know that I can quickly get in touch and receive help from the nurses,” says Elisabet Svensson, who has heart failure and uses the new technology.
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Region Östergötland in a big rollout
Patients with chronical diseases gets equipment sent to their homes which makes it possible for the patients to send health values every day to their healthcare center. Region Östergötland is now rolling out own monitoring out in a big scale.
Chronically unwell patients measures from home
Chronically unwell patients measures their values from home while the nursing staff monitors their health at a distance. Region Östergötland is one of many regions that have started tests in home monitoring.
Carina has control
Carina Levander lives with COPD and is one of the first patients to try a new digital toold to monitor her disease
– For me there could be nothing better, she says.
Monitoring in the home
4000 patients in region Jämtland Härjedalen is going to measure their values and send them to the healthcare. This will be patients with heart failure, diabetes, COPD and hypertension that will measure their values and share them via an app. In spite of the distance the healthcare will be close and also better.
Digital aid helps Maggie
Maggie Abrahamsson, 71, has a hearth failure condition but rarely visits the physical healthcare. With the help of digital aid the healthcare keeps track of her disease at a distance.
– This means a safety and feels very good for me, she says.