“We are very pleased to be able to release this animated video showing how the iUGO Care platform works inside a patient’s home,” said Dr. Lisa Crossley, CEO of Reliq Health. “We call this particular product iUGO Home to distinguish it from our other products for use in assisted living facilities or other care settings. The demo video clearly illustrates the value of having a ‘virtual assistant’ at home to remind patients to take their medications, collect their vitals, use prescribed mobility aids and more. Using interactive voice technology that is available in over 100 languages right out of the box allows even the least tech-savvy patient to interact effectively with the system. iUGO Home not only coaches and educates patients but also acts as a resource, allowing them to send dictated messages to their clinical care team or family members and ask questions about their upcoming medical appointments, current prescriptions and health conditions. The iUGO Home sensors can even automatically turn on a patient’s television at their request to stream informational and instructional videos relevant to their particular health needs, direct from the iUGO Care Cloud.”
Reliq’s iUGO Home health solution provides high quality virtual care in the community by creating a “virtual hospital ward” within the patient’s home, automatically collecting vital signs and tracking medication adherence. iUGO Home’s interactive voice technology provides patients with audible alerts and reminders to take their medications, collect their vitals using Bluetooth-enabled monitoring devices and perform prescribed rehab or fitness activities. Leveraging existing hardware like the Amazon Echo interactive voice technology hub, iUGO Home’s software-as-a-service provides voice-activated access to patient education content, empowering patients and family members to proactively manage complex chronic conditions. The iUGO Care cloud platform instantly alerts the clinical care team if a patient develops key warning signs, allowing clinicians to intervene before a health crisis occurs and preventing costly and disruptive hospital readmissions and ER visits.
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