This is how the eHealth solution developed by Neat works

Our online management platform offers greater efficiency and quality of care.

eSalud eHealthWithin the immense range of possibilities and applications that the digital world encompasses are telemedicine services. In this field, Neat has already come a long way thanks to the development of solutions designed to offer a personalized attention plan, aimed at promoting self-care, prevention of chronic diseases and the integration of social and health services.

Our personalized care plans are integrated into a cloud-based platform and are managed from the care centers.

Our telehealth solution is based on a series of sensors and a device with which the patient, in his own home, can take his vital signs measurements and send the results wirelessly to the cloud in a safe way where the health professional can consult them anywhere.

Neat telemedicine solutions are prepared to prevent, detect and control risk situations at all levels that define models such as the Kaiser Permanente Pyramid: high complexity patients, high-risk patients, chronic patients, as well as the rest of the population.

Advantages:

  • Cost-effectiveness, adherence to treatment and empowerment of patients
  • Event management: vital signs measurements, follow-up calls, reminder of medication taking
  • Data security and accessibility from anywhere and at any time
  • Portability
  • Agility in decision making
  • Reduction of workload of health professionals

eHealth Solution

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