It feels like my oncologist
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"It feels like my nurse
is always nearby to help me"
IBD (MIAH + CALPROTECTINE TEST)
IBD (MIAH + Calprotectine test)
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
- Better insight into the patients' health
- Reduced burden of IBD on health care resources
- Serve the growing number of patients with the same number of nurses
How does it work?
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a chronic, progressive, and disabling inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal tract that encompasses Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease. Although there is no cure for IBD, medication can suppress symptoms and inflammation, improving the patient’s quality of life and preventing complications.
However, tight control of IBD disease activity can be time-consuming and expensive for both patients and healthcare professionals. To address this, eHealth technologies have been developed, and studies have shown that telemonitoring IBD patients can significantly reduce hospital visits and admissions, and alleviate the burden on healthcare resources.
Luscii's IBD telemonitoring program is a tailor-made solution that educates and empowers patients. The Luscii app includes the MIAH questionnaire and a home faecal calprotectin test that reports the patient's disease status at a specific time. This information enables healthcare professionals to provide customized care and virtual follow-up, improving disease control and reducing the need for hospital visits.
Hospitals using the Program
Reviews from patients and professionals
"Pleasant use to take a moment to reflect on how my body is doing. It's nice to see if contact with a nurse/doctor is necessary and if it's being addressed."
"It is very nice that the nurse calls if necessary. Great! I'm very happy with it."
"Remote monitoring with a higher frequency as visits to the doctor feels good. The clinical picture is stable, so no intervention has yet to be given based on completed questions. Luckily I don't have any experience with that yet."
"Short lines of communication with the patient."