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Currently primary care teams are stretched beyond capacity. There is a need to empower patients identified at risk of CVD in a consistent, light touch way that utilises all of the resources and expertise within the PCN. Identified patients at risk of CVD need help to make healthy choices much earlier on in their journey of care, in order to reduce system pressure and improve patient health outcomes.
The EMIS-integrated Healum software and app has been procured by NHS England to aid healthcare professionals working in primary care to provide proactive personalised self-care support to patients diagnosed with, or identified at risk of CVD. This solution is already supported by evidence of improving health outcomes within a population of patients with Type 2 Diabetes.
GP practices across London, Cheshire and Lancashire PCNs will be given the free opportunity to use this proven solution in their delivery of care. There are no additional or hidden costs to use the system, all costs are covered as part of the project funding.
Remote patient monitoring services designed to enhance the efficiency of clinical teams and reduce unnecessary appointments.
Different functions of the Healum software and App allow provide an easy method to obtain PC01, HYP003 and HYP007 points.
Designed for use amongst multidisciplinary clinical teams in a variety of health and social care settings, to improve collaboration and continuity of care for patients.
By providing behaviour change support through plans of care and support patients are able to achieve larger reductions in blood pressure and BMI.
The self management app gives patients the ability to educate themselves and focus on their goals and actions in their care plan to achieve their health goals.
Help your patients to cut through the noise with relevant trusted information about managing their condition by accessing videos, articles, exercises, recipes and information about local services through the mobile app. Enable staff working in your healthcare organisation to send out relevant information after and in between appointments so that patients can access and remember the advice you gave them wherever and whenever they want. Enable newly diagnosed patients to learn about their condition and the choices open to them.
Patients can quickly access their test results directly from their GP, view eductional content and local services and use the self management tools to set up a combination of goals and actions as part of a daily routine to achieve the health outcomes that matter to them.
Enable healthcare professionals to create care plans that can be shared with patients directly through the Healum app. Patients can access and use the plan of care and support in order to plan their dietary and lifestyle choices, manage their medical treatment and remind them to take their medication. Daily goals, actions, reminders and supportive resources support patient self-motivation to achieve the outcomes that matter to them.
In-app notifications and reminders hold patients accountable to themselves, whilst reminding them of their daily or weekly actions, either set by themselves or inputted by a healthcare professional in their digital care plan.
The Healum mobile app provides patients with a single view of all of the health metrics that matter to them most when managing their health. Patients’ health related data including blood pressure, progress against their goals, daily activity levels and their mood can all be tracked from within the Healum mobile app. Health insights from the data can be visualised from within the app to help patients build their motivation by seeing the impact of their effort. Healthcare professionals can access all this patient data directly in the Healum software.
How has this product been tailored for CVD prevention?
What will my practice/PCN have to do?
As part of this opportunity, we ask each practice to complete the following commitments:
Can I use Healum with patients who do not have a smartphone or access to the internet?
If a PCN wanted to invite all practices to join, is that one licence or multiple?
Is there a limit on how many patients I can sign up?
What are we asking patients to do?
How will the product develop whilst I am using it?
What happens with the patient access after the contract expires?