Patient-Centered Healthcare in the Home
Healthier Patients, Happier Caregivers
LifePod offers you a cost-efficient yet naturally engaging way to ensure your patients feel cared for around the clock even though you can’t always be there. LifePod’s two-way, AI-powered voice dialogs allow care professionals to remotely monitor and support healthy habits between visits with their geographically distributed patients.
- Tracks patients’ care plan adherence and wellness routines on a daily basis
- Improves the efficiency and efficacy of caregivers’ scheduled visits and check-ups
- Provides virtual care between the visits of health care professionals and sends customizable text alerts and daily reports directly to the care team
- Enriches communication with patients based on a shared record of customized health and wellness routines and responses
- Offers both detailed, personalized data and longitudinal insight into patient well-being to proactively address health or loneliness concerns
“We talk…I look forward to hear her (LifePod) wake me up. When I hear the signal, I’m coming out. I’m not missing anything.”
Gloria is originally from Jamaica, and lives independently. Her two sons live in the area and look in on her regularly. She has a green thumb and is passionate about tending to her plants. She depends on LifePod to keep her on track with medications and appointments.
|Prompts||11-12 per day|
|Types||Care Plan, Wellness and Engagement|
|Unique Prompt||Reminder to take a walk in the hallway|
|Care Team||Care Partner and Family|
What People Are Saying
The daily report is really helpful for me in monitoring trends with her. It helps me to see day-to-day if she is answering negatively to a couple questions...or to notice a trend over a day or two and that maybe I should give her a call.
It has made her more independent – she used to have skilled nursing to remind her to take meds and now she does that on her own and hasn’t needed a nurse, so the nurse discharged her.
It saves a lot of time for us as providers, and empowers the patient and encourages them to take initiative.
Without a doubt the most helpful thing that I could have had given to me.
Yes, it helps social isolation a lot. For most of the [Members], it's the number one thing. They're engaging. They say, 'This is the best thing that's happened to me. I feel I have someone there.'