Rinicare stands with the NHS during the 'Winter Crisis'

The current winter period has proven to be extremely difficult for the NHS with reports of large waits and delays across all services including some people waiting above eight hours to be seen. The NHS has also taken the reluctant step of advising local leaders to cancel all non-emergency surgeries for January. An article by the British Medical Association outlines the problems in greater detail. https://www.bma.org.uk/news/2018/january/winter-pressures-overwhelm-nhs

Rinicare has developed PRIME IoT to help stop these kinds of situations ever arising again in the future. Using an intelligent and efficient interface, clinicians can now remotely monitor patient vital signs in a safe, secure and user-friendly manner. The system can be used by people across the entire health service including GP’s, practice nurses, district nurses, outpatient departments, care home assistants and many more. The aim of PRIME IoT is to both reduce the amount of home visits by clinicians and the number of hospital admissions. It is widely agreed that better use of technology in community care will alleviate many of the problems faced by today’s NHS.

With PRIME IoT being rolled out across a select group of North West CCG’s in early 2018, Rinicare is keen to engage with more CCG’s around the country to further extend the scope of this benefit with the dual aim of reducing the logistical and financial strain on the NHS but ultimately to improve patient outcomes.

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