Age in place with dignity while reducing the cost
and demands placed upon the healthcare system
Age in place with dignity, while reducing the cost and demands placed upon the healthcare system.
24/7/365 monitoring and alert notifications, without the need for an individual to activate an alarm
Up to 40% less than
long-term, & acute care
Recognizing changes in an individual’s behaviour, the system adapts its alerting capabilities to meet an individual’s unique and changing characteristics.
Unobtrusive ways to monitor all facets of a resident’s activities while using predictive AI to indicate potential risk
GRTHealth was formed to provide an alternative to institutional long-term care and
the inappropriate use of acute care beds.
There is little doubt that virtual care is primed to change the healthcare industry. Digital technologies help us reimagine the traditional house call, and expand the amount of information needed to make real-time healthcare decisions.
However, this concept is only the beginning of a patient’s needs. What happens after the physician hangs up the phone, or between visits, is as important as taking vitals during the appointment.
The GRTHealth system provides a fully integrated and seamless service delivery platform based on a combination of hands-on and virtual care, coupled together with 24/7 medical and nonmedical remote monitoring.
Our platform utilizes state-of-the-art technology and artificial intelligence to learn an individual’s behaviors and assess when abnormal events occur to signal a caregiver response.
The healthcare industry faces significant change over the next decade, and increasingly more healthcare organizations are meeting those challenges through efforts to reduce costs while improving long-term patient outcomes. With the advent of virtual, community-based care, providers can expect several advantages:
The age demographics of the U.S. and Canada are creating a growing need for more proactive care. According to the Advisory Board, an estimated 3 million baby boomers will reach retirement each year for the next 20 years. Another 33 percent of adults are identified as obese, according to the CDC.
Both of these trends highlight a growing necessity for the management of chronic illnesses and for proactively reaching patients before they require hospital care.
Payors are increasingly offering virtual services to improve patient outcomes by providing both convenience and the capability to target specific patient populations based on their condition or location, such as complex chronic care, rural areas, or those with mobility needs.
And while improving healthcare outcomes, reducing costs, enabling increased access, and allowing for more convenient care are the general objectives of any care initiative, virtual care offers several unique benefits to carriers.