Assistance quality improvements.

Assistance quality improvements.

30% of the population suffers from a chronic disease, but it represents 75% of total health spending.

With the increase in life expectancy, the tendency is for these spending levels to skyrocket even more, since many diseases are inherent or related to elder people.

In recent years, work has been done to improve the assistance levels for these patients, creating support units, training and raising awareness among families and using new technologies.

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

Tailor-made solutions for their reality

A very important part of people who suffer from chronic diseases are elderly and therefore completely unaware of new technologies.

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

Our goal

Assistencial improvements

Improving healthcare and life of elderly patients by promoting ongoing care at home. Improve life standards and sense of control over their health.

Healthcare and control

Facilitate health care provided by doctors, nursing staff, rehabilitators, therapists and other professionals who care for them.

Lower costs

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

Assistencial quality imprevements

Remote assistance

Minimize the travels of patients-professionals and give the patient peace of mind that they are being cared for permanently. Possibility of issuing alerts to 061 from the platform.

Relationship with patients

Videochat with the professionals responsible for the patient's process. Access to these services through different devices (TV, computer, smartphone), so that the 'digital gap' or economic capacity are not an impediment.

Community feeling

Several communication options (phone, videochat) with other patients to create new relationships and share experiences. Use of the device for a non-health area: personal agenda, personal photos and videos.

Incident warning

Integration with the Health Transport System to report any incident, or also receive tracking information from the driver about the transport and the waiting time for collection.

Ongoing clinical care

Data collection and tests at the patient's home (blood pressure, glucose, activity through bracelets, etc.) and its integration in the patient's medical records.

Online therapy

Online access to physical and occupational therapy services, both unassisted (recorded videos, games, etc.) and assisted (real-time video with one or more patients by a health professional).

TV platform

It is the equipment for those cases of patients without computer knowledge. In addition to having the usual TV channels, it incorporates other channels that allow all the interaction functionalities:

In addition, it incorporates USB and wireless connectivity to be able to receive information from health peripherals (blood pressure monitors, glucose meter, alarm buttons, etc.) and send it to the health system for its integration in the medical record. And all this in a simple, non-intrusive and understandable way for anyone, especially for the elderly, with an average of between 4 and 5 hours a day in front of the TV.

Use cases

Our system is flexible and scalable in many cases where personal attention is an essential requirement.


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