Covid-19

Huma’s Remote Patient Monitoring solution

Huma’s Medopad platform is a Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and Telemedicine solution. It can help to remotely manage patients diagnosed with COVID-19 by tracking symptoms, vital signs, and deterioration, ​via a virtual ward​. It can also automatically flag high-risk patients. A flexible, fast-to-deploy solution, it enables health services to intervene early, optimise clinical resources, and better manage system capacity.

Desktop view of app showing healthcare data.
Mobile view of app showing healthcare data.

NHS logo.

Live projects in the UK with the NHS (facilitated
by NHSX) and Germany

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1 million pulse oximeters ordered in support
of projects

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Our solution can double capacity to monitor patients remotely
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94%

94% patient adherence for our COVID-19 solution1.
Patient age ranges from 18-80 years old

Functionality

How the solution works

It comprises a ‘Medopad’ app for patients paired with a web-based portal for healthcare professionals. We also ship companion medical devices, like digital thermometers and pulse-oximeters, if required.

The app allows patients to remain at home under the remote supervision of their care team. This not only avoids unnecessary travel and exposure, but also helps healthcare systems manage capacity.

Care teams are able to configure thresholds for alerts. They can use the flagging system to identify COVID-19 patients' health deterioration or improvement, and adjust their care plan accordingly.

HOW IT WORKS

How does our app support
COVID-19 patients?

Our app safely manages confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients who are self-isolating using remote monitoring. Patients are invited to download the Medopad app (available on Android and iOS) by their healthcare team to closely track the progress of their COVID-19 infection and to intervene timeously to avoid sudden deterioration.

Symptom tracker
& Questionnaires

Monitor COVID-19 symptoms and their severity with a trackable record and automatic flagging systems that detect deterioration. While COVID-19 specific questionnaires capture important information such as background, pre-existing conditions, contact, and travel history.

Heart rate

Patients can use the phone camera to capture their heart rate via validated PPG (photoplethysmography) technology. Or they can manually input the same data using the pulse oximeter device. There’s also the ability to integrate wearables for passive heart rate data collection.

Telemedicine

Where necessary, a telemedicine feature allows clinicians to speak to patients quickly and safely.

Mobile tracking of symptoms.
Mobile tracking of temperature.
Mobile tracking of heart rate
Mobile tracking of oxygen saturation
Mobile call to doctor.
Educational Content showing title Taking Care of Yourself with Coronovirus
Mobile phone case.

Temperature module

The app can integrate with third-party body temperature devices. Patients can also manually input their temperature readings to capture one of the key symptoms of COVID-19.

Oxygen Saturation

Another vital parameter for early detection, the
app captures oxygen saturation using the pulse oximeter, whether integrated or as a standalone device.

COVID-19 Educational content

An up-to-date section provides information on the disease and its symptoms, and gives advice on how to prioritise physical and mental wellbeing during this time.

  • Symptom tracker & Questionnaires
  • Temperature module
  • Heart rate
  • Oxygen Saturation
  • Telemedicine
  • COVID-19 Educational content

Monitor COVID-19 symptoms and their severity with a trackable record and automatic flagging systems that detect deterioration. While COVID-19 specific questionnaires capture important information such as background, pre-existing conditions, contact, and travel history.

The app can integrate with third-party body temperature devices. Patients can also manually input their temperature readings to capture one of the key symptoms of COVID-19.

Patients can use the phone camera to capture their heart rate via validated PPG (photoplethysmography) technology. Or they can manually input the same data using the pulse oximeter device. There’s also the ability to integrate wearables for passive heart rate data collection.

Another vital parameter for early detection, the app captures oxygen saturation using the pulse oximeter, whether integrated or as a standalone device.

Where necessary, a telemedicine feature allows clinicians to speak to patients quickly and safely.

An up-to-date section provides information on the disease and its symptoms, and gives advice on how to prioritise physical and mental wellbeing during this time.

Pathways

Demonstration of
patient
& Healthcare
team pathways

Patient pathway

Patient is diagnosed with COVID-19.

Healthcare team pathway

Care team prescribes the Medopad app to patient.

Patient instructions on mobile.

Patient pathway

Patient with confirmed COVID-19 receives a unique code for the app, and installs the app on their phone. The patient also receives a pulse oximeter device.

Welcome screen with unique code.

Healthcare team pathway

The healthcare team provides a unique code to the patient, and instructs them to download the Medopad app.

Mobile view of patient data input.

Patient pathway

Patient is presented with specific COVID-19 modules and instructions to monitor vital signs and symptoms.

Screen view of patient data.

Healthcare team pathway

All patient data is sent in realtime and can be interrogated in detail. Microsite available for HCP and patient training.

Mobile educational content showing Taking Care of Yourself with Coronovirus.

Patient pathway

Patient continues to report symptoms and vitals signs during each day. Further educational content is available within the app.

Screen showing patient monitoring data.

Healthcare team pathway

Medopad system automatically triages patients based on their vital parameters, and indicates when patient is deteriorating.

Smiling doctor.

Patient pathway

Patient is reassured, engaged in their own health and feels safe at home while care is delivered remotely.

Telemedicine.

Healthcare team pathway

The healthcare team can initiate remote consultations with at-risk patients directly from the portal to follow-up on their progress and take appropriate action.

Illustration of family walking dog.

Patient pathway

Patient has resumed normal life.

Illustration of clinicians.

Healthcare team pathway

The healthcare team will have accumulated a large body of patient level real-world data for analysis and research, improving understanding of disease processes and patient pathways.

For providers

How does it help healthcare
professionals?

  • Manage multiple patients with ease

    The Medopad app makes it easier to monitor and manage multiple patients at once, and divert care to those most in need.

  • Set alerts and thresholds

    By setting alerts you can make sure COVID-19 patients are seen at the right time by the right clinician.

  • Reach out to patients in an instant

    Get in touch with patients directly to speak to them remotely and adjust care plans if necessary via telemedicine.

  • Prioritise privacy and security

    Patient consent is given via an in-app module, and can be withdrawn at any stage. The healthcare team views the portal securely via desktop or mobile.

  • Manage multiple patients with ease

    The Medopad app makes it easier to monitor and manage multiple patients at once, and divert care to those most in need.

  • Set alerts and thresholds

    By programming alerts you can make sure COVID-19 patients are seen at the right time by the right clinician.

  • Reach out to patients in an instant

    Get in touch with patients directly to speak to them remotely and adjust care plans if necessary.

  • Prioritise privacy and security

    Patient consent is given via an in-app module, and can be withdrawn at any stage. The healthcare team views the portal securely via desktop or mobile.

  • Manage
  • Alert & Threshold
  • Reach Out
  • Privacy & Security
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Healthcare providers patient management screen.
Screen to set alerts for healthcare providers.
Healthcare providers reaching out.
Welcome and login to medopad account.

Key Benefits

The benefits of our solution

visibility

Improve visibility

You can monitor the progression of COVID-19 infection more frequently, without increasing physical demand on the healthcare system, so that patients are sent to hospital at the right time.

patient safety

Increase patient safety

Remote monitoring ensures you can systematically protect COVID-19 patients from sudden life-threatening deterioration.

manage capacity

Better manage capacity

Use RPM and telemedicine to remotely manage both COVID-19 and high-risk patients (e.g. those who are immunocompromised). Feel confident discharging early, knowing they will receive appropriate monitoring.

reduce exposure risk

Reduce exposure risk

Minimise the risk of infection by using the telemedicine functionality to communicate with patients in their own homes.

learn

Learn from every case

Any data generated will improve our understanding of the COVID-19 disease process, and aid development of treatments and prevention measures.

  • Visibility
  • Patient Safety
  • Capacity
  • Exposure risk
  • Learning

CASE STUDY
Our experience in COVID-19

Live projects in the UK (NHS) and Germany

Huma’s RPM for population health management allows patients to remain at home under the supervision of their care team. This reduces unnecessary travel and exposure to others, and eases the burden on healthcare providers who are at capacity.

Care teams are able to configure thresholds for alerts and use the flagging system to identify COVID-19 patients’ health deterioration or improvement, adjusting care plans accordingly.

Healthcare teams
better allocate
time & resources
Full focus on
rescuing
severe cases
Isolate and monitor
patients remotely
Clinician using app on device illustration.
Patients feel
reassured
Learn from every case,
every data point

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Sources
1.

During 94% of patient days, patients reported oxygen saturation and heart rate data. Data collected between 20 April - 18 August 2020 (n=274)