Hospital overcapacity and the pressure to deliver patient care in the community is driving pent-up demand for care at home. Until recently, health care systems have lacked the technology to satisfy this demand. Companies like Current Health are now transforming this sector, using machine learning to interpret patients' vital signs and action medical intervention when necessary.
Current Health's single remote patient monitoring device is worn by the patient at home and tracks and analyses multiple vital signs, allowing for efficient and cost-effective clinical intervention.
Current Health is in trials with several NHS hospital trusts and is making rapid progress in the US market with partnerships announced with Mayo Clinic and Dexcom.