The Luscii app. Have your patients at home within sight.
The woman with heart failure who is struggling to breathe properly. The elderly man with COPD who is anxious but doesn’t want to bother his daughter. How will they cope at home until their next appointment?
With the Luscii app you can coach and guide your patients at home. Quickly and easily via your EHR. You can have direct contact through the built in video connection. Your expertise. Our technology. Working together for patients.
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Luscii home blood pressure readings during pregnancy
Being pregnant should be one of the most wonderful times of your life. But sometimes the joy is mixed with worry. Is my baby developing normally? Am I OK? Medical support is crucial, especially if there are any complications. Working with Luscii gynaecologist Dr Mireille Beker has developed a home measurement program for women suffering from pregnancy related high blood pressure.
Luscii home measurements for COPD
COPD is a debilitating lung disease. There is no cure so once someone develops COPD they have it for life and need to learn how to manage and live with the condition. This requires frequent visits to the GP or hospital for check-ups and treatment. And sometimes flare-ups, known as exacerbations, require urgent or emergency hospital admission. With Luscii doctors and nurses can follow patients at home, coaching when needed. More and more hospitals use it already.
Luscii platform for heart disease
People with heart failure or arrhythmias are frequently admitted to hospital, often as emergencies via a 999 call and an ambulance. This is hugely stressful so many such patients live every day in fear. With Luscii doctors and nurses can guide patients at home. And there is direct communication through the built in video connection or chat.
Design your own care pathway with Luscii
Luscii’s platform has been designed to be flexible and so to support bespoke programs. For example, the Amsterdam UMC (university medical centre) wanted to help some of the 50,000 people in The Netherlands with a congenital heart defect. They designed their own program, Hartwacht for congentitals (heart watch) to keep their patients within sight remotely. Would you like to design a virtual care pathway for your patients?