It feels like my oncologist
is always nearby
"It feels like a safe way to recover at home"
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
- Developing a baseline before treatment to improve monitoring test results after surgery
- Feeling of safety for patients
How does it work?
Patients who are at risk of, or undergo treatment for macular degeneration are required to perform tests at home. However, a group of patients tends to forget to carry out the tests, and in some cases, even if they do perform the tests, they fail to report the results back to their ophthalmologists. This lack of reporting makes it difficult for healthcare professionals to monitor their patients' condition and take timely action when needed. Additionally, patients are often scheduled for unnecessary outpatient clinic visits, which could be replaced by digital consultations, such as a questionnaire, chat, or video consult.
To address these issues, this program has been introduced to guide patients in performing their tests at home. The program provides video instructions on how to carry out the tests, and the results are analyzed immediately. If the results indicate any cause for concern, an alert is generated, and healthcare professionals can take action promptly. This streamlined process ensures that patients receive timely care, and unnecessary outpatient clinic visits are avoided.
Overall, the program improves the monitoring and care of patients with macular degeneration, by providing guidance on testing, analyzing results in real-time, and alerting healthcare professionals when needed. This approach not only improves patient outcomes but also helps reduce the burden on the healthcare system.
Esther de Pee
Available on request
Hospitals using the Program
Reviews from patients and professionals
Jan de Nijs
I do feel safer, but with the certainty that if there is any doubt, I can go to the ophthalmologist.
Cathelijne de Groot
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.