Enhanced Personal Health
Safe Patient Systems was born out of the Research and Development department of one of the UK’s leading NHS Trusts, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, and as such shares many of the values of the NHS around how we prioritise patients, listen, learn and develop evidence based solutions.
Today, we are one of the leading providers of mobile healthcare and our shared values make Safe Patient Systems an appropriate partner organisation for reviewing and developing services and care pathways integrated around the patient.
Our mobile health (mHealth), telemedicine and telecoaching solutions use familiar mobile and ‘cloud’ based technology. The solutions support service redesign and deliver more efficient, patient centric healthcare that’s cost effective, simple to use and easy to implement at scale.
Our ‘open’ architecture and web based platform enables more holistic Long Term Condition management services by leveraging a range technologies across mobile, tablet, text, video and voice to deliver a highly flexible solution for healthcare professionals and patients.
Mobile health (mHealth) enhances patient outcomes by enabling clinicians to pro-actively and pre-emptively monitor patients remotely while also enabling the individual to better understand and manage their condition that results in improved patient outcomes, reduced visits to hospital and local GP’s Surgeries.
Our mHealth solution, Safe Mobile Care is the next generation of telehealth providing a lower cost, easier to use and expand platform that can better support more efficient service delivery to meet both clinical and end user needs.
- Safe Mobile Care provides potential to make cost effective health improvements and quality of life impacts for people with a high dependency on the NHS, local GPs, social services and local hospitals.
- It improves productivity and provides a means to increase the availability of NHS clinical support by allowing local practitioners to be in permanent contact with those people less able to look after themselves.
- It can help improve the reach of the services that the NHS provides, looking after those who are often ‘invisible’ from the main acute services.
- It helps keep people out of hospital and avoids all the pressures this can put on them and their families.