Improvements in the quality of care.

Improvements in the quality of care.

About 30% of the population suffers from a chronic disease, but it accounts for 75% of total health expenditure.

As life expectancy increases, the trend is for these expenditure levels to rise even further, as many illnesses are inherent to or related to the age of the sufferer.

In recent years, efforts have been made to improve and manage more effectively the resources that care for these patients, creating support units, training and raising awareness among families and using new technologies.

This last point is undoubtedly one of the most important and where great efforts are being made, but in view of the results it is not as effective as it should be.

Solutions adapted to their reality

A very large proportion of people suffering from chronic illnesses are elderly and therefore completely unfamiliar with new technologies.

We start from this last premise to offer accessible technological solutions to those who find themselves in the so-called digital divide.



To improve the quality of care and quality of life of elderly patients by promoting continuous care at home. Improve quality of life and sense of control over their health.

Care and control

To facilitate the health care provided by doctors, nurses, rehabilitators, therapists and other professionals who care for them.

Minimising expenditure

One of the relevant aspects is that improving care can simultaneously reduce the investment needed to provide the service.

Improvements in the quality of care

Remote care

inimising patient and professional travel and giving the patient peace of mind that they are being cared for and monitored at all times. Possibility of sending alerts to Emergency Medical Services (061) from the platform.

Relationship with patients

Video-communication capability with the professionals responsible for the patient's process. Access to these services through different devices (TV, computer, smartphone), so that the digital divide or financial means are not an impediment.

Sense of community

Communication options (audio, video-call) with other patients to create new links and share experiences and advice. Use of the device for non-medical purposes: personal agenda, personal photos and videos.

Incident notification

Integration with the Health Transport system to report any incident or to receive information from the transporter about the location of the transport and the waiting time for collection.

Clinical monitoring

Data collection and tests at the patient's home (blood pressure, glucose, activity using wristbands, etc.) and their integration in the patient's clinical history.

Online therapy services

Access to online physical and occupational therapy services, both unassisted (recorded videos, games, etc.) and assisted (video in real time with a patient or several patients by a health professional).

Platform on TV

This is the equipment for patients or relatives without technological knowledge. In addition to the usual TV channels (TVE1, TELE 5, Antena 3, etc.), it incorporates other channels that allow all the interaction functionalities:

It also incorporates USB and wireless connectivity to receive information from health peripherals (blood pressure monitors, glucose meters, alarm buttons, etc.) and send it to the health system for integration into the clinical record. And all this in a simple, non-intrusive and understandable way for anyone, especially for the elderly, who spend an average of 4 to 5 hours a day in front of the TV.

Use cases

Our system is flexible and scalable in a multitude of cases where personal attention is an essential requirement.


Choose your language