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Patient driven follow-up and improving medical outcomes

How does it work?

Patients who underwent (day) surgery are enrolled in the OLVG Pain app by the health care provider. In the Luscii app they are prompted to fill out the questions: If they experience pain and/or nausea and if they do, to what extend and if they think an intervention is needed. When patients want an intervention the medical service center or clinical nurse is notified to provide the right care at the right time in the right place. Based on this approach patients drive their own follow-up and it is tailored to their respective needs. In addition this drives the improvement of medical outcomes and overall quality.

What is the aim of the program?
  • Saves time because patients drive their own follow-up and are prioritised by Luscii’s clinical engine
  • Improves health outcomes since intervention can be done more accurate and earlier remotely
  • Improve experience because patients have direct access to their care when needed

Developed by

Bram Thiel
Physician assistent
Marc Godfried
Will Gerrits
Target audience
Patients who underwent (day) surgery
Live & research on going
In use since
December 2020
Designed by


Urology - Recognition complaints


Reviews from patients and professionals

SAFE@Home Corona
Bart den Hartog


It is easy to use and the hospital is able to improve care "remotely" this way.

four star


Questionnaire c
Melissa Blommaert


Intervene at the right moment

Intercepting deviating values and be able to (quicker) anticipate.


Questionnaire palpitations  (chronic AF)
Zara Kleijn


Awareness among patients

Patients get quicker insight in their own health situation and it creates awareness.


Lung rehabilitation
Marijke Klomp


What a good invention!

four star



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