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Huma leads digital-first patient
care with 'hospital at home'

Our 'hospital at home' technology collects real-world patient data remotely. It connects patients and clinical teams, enables greater access to care from any location and improves efficiency for clinicians.

Improving clinical outcomes

27m+

Huma’s digital-first health platforms support a global network of patients1

3000+

Hospitals and clinics use Huma’s platforms to secure sustainable impact for patients1

90-90%

We see high adherence and retention rates across our projects due to great engagement2

×2

Our platform can almost double clinical capacity and reduce readmission rates by >30%3

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Patient App

How do we support patients?

Through our app, patients access a care plan configured for their needs by clinicians using a library of modules and features. Patients can feel reassured that their clinicians are monitoring them using real-time data visualisation. Our platform can also deliver targeted educational content, empowering patients to better track and manage their health.

Timeline of tasks

Patients are given a timeline outlining the tasks they need to complete and receive timely reminders.

Questionnaires

The app provides validated clinical questionnaires, for example the Oxford Knee Score, EQ-5D, Global Health Score and Promis CAT.

Connected devices

We offer both manual data entry and connection to a number of medical devices to aid data collection.

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Vital signs

Patients can use their phones and integrated devices to capture and monitor health vitals safely and remotely.

Educational content

We support patients with educational content about their symptoms, care and treatment.

Telemedicine

Patients can receive additional support from their clinical team through secure video and audio consultations.⁴

  • Timeline of tasks
  • Vital signs
  • Questionnaires
  • Educational content
  • Connected devices
  • Telemedicine

Patients are given a timeline outlining the tasks they need to complete and receive timely reminders.

Patients can use their phones and integrated devices to capture and monitor health vitals safely and remotely.

The app provides validated clinical questionnaires, for example the Oxford Knee Score, EQ-5D, Global Health Score and Promis CAT.

We support patients with educational content about their symptoms, care and treatment.

We offer both manual data entry and connection to a number of medical devices to aid data collection.

Patients can receive additional support from their clinical team through secure video and audio consultations.⁴

WEB-BASED PORTAL

How do we support
healthcare professionals?

We support clinical decision-making by providing care teams with real-time visibility of patient data through a web-based portal. The portal features threshold-based flagging systems, trend visualisation and telemedicine for direct communication.4

  • Connect to health systems and export data

    Clinicians can export data from the web-based portal in multiple formats. The care team portal can also connect with electronic health systems or data registries to enable automatic export based on set timeframes.

  • Telemedicine and appointments

    Clinicians can quickly and securely speak to patients through video and audio calls and schedule in-person consultations to ensure they are on track with their care plan and to check any irregularities flagged in their health records.⁴

  • Cohort management and prioritisation

    Clinicians can manage multiple patients within a web-based portal. The technology can use a clinician-determined threshold to flag patients who might need prioritising, based on the data submitted by patients through the app.

  • Monitoring of individual patients

    The portal can display information about individual patients and visualise data trends. Clinicians can add notes and collaborate with colleagues to ensure the patient receives the optimal care they need.

  • Connect to health systems and export data

    Clinicians can export data from the web-based portal in multiple formats. The care team portal can also connect with electronic health systems or data registries to enable automatic export based on set timeframes.

  • Telemedicine and appointments

    Clinicians can quickly and securely speak to patients through video and audio calls and schedule in-person consultations to ensure they are on track with their care plan and to check any irregularities flagged in their health records.⁴

  • Cohort management and prioritisation

    Clinicians can manage multiple patients within a web-based portal. The technology can use a clinician-determined threshold to flag patients who might need prioritising, based on the data submitted by patients through the app.

  • Monitoring of individual patients

    The portal can display information about individual patients and visualise data trends. Clinicians can add notes and collaborate with colleagues to ensure the patient receives the optimal care they need.

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Our experience in
delivering better care

  • cardiac
  • covid-19
  • diabetes
  • orthopaedics

Caring for patients on
surgical waiting lists

Illustration of Huma hospital at home episodic care surgical waiting lists sample images on various devices.

We are working with clinicians at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals to help clinicians safely and efficiently manage patients who are waiting for surgery. Our technology is just one way the clinical teams are working with their patients, but it gives them greater ability to remotely monitor patients and identify any who need further intervention.

Powering national COVID-19
‘hospital at home’ deployments

Illustration of Huma Atrial Fibrillation trial app screens.

Huma’s ‘hospital at home’ service for COVID-19 allows clinicians to remotely monitor their patients via their smartphones.
Our technology has shown to almost double clinical capacity, reduce readmissions, improve patient experience, and save money. Operating at a national-level across England, Germany and the UAE.

"I got all the monitoring of a hospital ward, right here at home."

PATIENT FEEDBACK

Caring for patients with diabetes

Illustration of Huma hospital at home chronic care diabetes sample images on various devices.

Using Huma’s technology, healthcare systems are supporting each patient to manage their chronic disease and improve their quality of life and health outcomes.

Huma in partnership with Discover-NOW, a health data research hub for real-world evidence, and Know Diabetes are enabling remote care for people living with type 2 diabetes. Together we are utilising real world data to support high-quality research, with the ambition of transforming care for patients with type 2 diabetes.

Caring for patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery

Illustration of Huma Atrial Fibrillation trial app screens.

Our 'hospital at home' supports perioperative care. Educational content, questionnaires, symptom and activity tracking and telemedicine help prepare patients.4 Remote monitoring aids rehabilitation and aggregated, anonymised data drives clinical advances.

"The app is a major development which we believe will make an immediate impact on the surgical landscape."

SIMON TARRY, MANAGING DIRECTOR, UK, IRELAND & NORDICS AT SMITH+NEPHEW

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Regulatory, safety and compliance

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ISO certifications

  • ISO 13485: 2016 certified (Medical Devices: Quality Management Systems)
  • ISO 27001: 2013 certified

Medical device registrations

  • CE marked class I Medical Device
  • Registered with the MHRA as a Medical Device
  • US FDA Class I exempt and enforcement discretion

Data protection /
infosec

  • Committed to GDPR compliance
  • NHS Registration on Data Security and Protection Toolkit
  • CyberEssentials / CyberEssentials Plus

US FDA 21 CFR compliances

  • Part 11
  • Part 50
  • Part 820 ff

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Sources

1. Based on internal data, correct as of June 2022

2. Range of data from across a number of Huma projects

3. https://www.nhsx.nhs.uk/covid-19-response... The full report is available on request

4. The telemedicine feature is used through the app but is not part of the medical device.

5. Data correct as of April 2021

6. Obika, BD et al. (2021) Implementation of a mHealth solution to remotely monitor patients on a cardiac surgical waiting list: service evaluation JAMIA Open 4(3) doi.org/10.1093/jamiaopen/ooab053

7. Lim, A. et al. An Outpatient Management Strategy Using a Coronataxi Digital Early Warning System Reduces Coronavirus Disease 2019 Mortality Open forum infectious diseases (2022) 9(4), ofac063 doi.org/10.1093/ofid/​ofac063

8. Data from 2021 pilot study. Full evaluation of the service is in preparation.

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