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The Clinical Kiosk is an automated health device. With its advancing technologies, it has great potential as a future time saver for both patient and practice.
The clinical kiosk is interfaced with user-friendly technology that provides clear, easy-to-follow instructions, talking patients through each step of using the kiosk via a customisable voice recording.
The automated kiosk quickly measures, stores, and monitors patient data so that patients and practitioners can more efficiently manage routine health checks in real-time, and with greater patient control and flexibility.
The automated kiosk offers a vision of the future that:
Saves your time: allowing more time to consult and interact with your patients, discussing results, trends, and further management options
Enhances routine monitoring: improving the speed and efficiency of tracking and identifying stable or changing trends in patient health
Encourages health care self-management: improving patients’ ability to effectively monitor their own health, encouraging patients to become more involved and proactive in managing personal health care
Improves patient-practice collaboration: promotes active teamwork between patient and practice to monitor and manage patient health with regular, routine health checks
Integrate our advancing decision support software with the Clinical Kiosk for a smarter, more efficient means of monitoring and managing patient health, including regular or routine Blood Pressure (BP), or weight and body composition checks.
Blood Pressure (BP) checks for patients with hypertension:
Weight and body composition checks for patients who might be at greater risk of malnutrition or cachexia:
Our new decision support software is currently in development. Watch this space!
General practice is under pressure with strained resources and increasing demand from people with long-term conditions (LTC), multimorbidity and the ageing population. Reducing the frequency of face-to-face appointments for people with stable LTCs will help reduce the pressure on practices, allowing staff to focus on those with high needs, unstable health conditions or acute presentations.
The frequency of practice appointments for the majority of patients with stable LTCs could be reduced from the usual three monthly follow up to six, nine- or twelve-month reviews.
An LTC AG applies to patients with an LTC (e.g. COPD, Diabetes or Hypertension) who have requested an appointment with their practice or have a scheduled recall appointment. It provides clear guidance in relation to whether they need to be seen and if so by which member of the clinical team. It can also determine whether a face to face or virtual appointment is most suitable. Guidance may simply lead to a repeat automated prescription.
Medicines management, including guidance on:
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