It feels like my oncologist
is always nearby
"I feel more in control of my condition"
Luscii provides the tools for patient and professional to keep an eye on the recovery while checking vital signs and symptoms to signal deteriorations and intervene timely in case of need.
What is the aim of the program?
- Fewer outpatient clinic visits
- Serve the growing number of patients with the same number of nurses
- More accurate and quicker interventions
- High patient experience
How does it work?
Patients with headache syndrome are typically referred by their general practitioner or a medical specialist at a headache clinic. Once referred, the patient is provided with information about chronic pain complaints and how to manage them via the Luscii app.
During the first consultation, the patient receives a diagnosis, such as episodic migraine, chronic migraine, or another chronic headache condition. From that point on, the patient receives tailored information and guidance via the app using a timeline to help manage their specific headache complaints.
By providing personalized support through the app, patients can gain a better understanding of their treatment options and feel more in control of their condition. This can lead to improved outcomes and a better prognosis for the patient. Additionally, ongoing monitoring through the app allows for early intervention if the patient's condition worsens.
Physician assistant neurology
Available on request
Hospitals using the Program
Reviews from patients and professionals
This program has recently started and the first experiences are still being collected
Manon de Bakker
Awareness among patients
Patients get quicker insight in their own health situation and it creates awareness.
Intervene at the right moment
Intercepting deviating values and be able to (quicker) anticipate.