Gippsland Primary Health Network (Gippsland PHN) has been working with general practices across Gippsland to establish a Remote Patient Monitoring program that has now connected its 100th patient.
General practices are remotely monitoring patients in their home using Lifeguard. Lifeguard’s LifeguardMobile™ platform is a digital health solution featuring a web portal and mobile app for health providers, and a mobile app for patients. It allows GPs to maintain continuity of care for people isolated in their homes and provides real-time data from patients about their health.
“Remote Patient Monitoring is used to support patients with chronic health conditions in between visits to their GP to provide additional clinical information that can be used to identify early deterioration,” explained Gippsland PHN Acting Chief Executive Officer, Angela Jacob.
Read the full media release here. Media release – Remote Patient Monitoring connects its 100th patient 17012023