Caren RPM Can Help Doctors to Remotely Monitor Citizens Affected by the ITC Fire
Updated: Mar 20, 2019
Caren RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring)
This mobile health platform allows people affected by the ITC fire to quickly document their symptoms (burning, skin irritation, side effects, respiratory issues, pain, headaches, nausea or dizziness) and share it with their healthcare provider and an authorized ITC company official.
HOUSTON, TX – March 19, 2019 – IntelliAIDE LLC developed Caren RPM as a voice interactive platform that makes it easier for caregivers and self-managing patients to record and instantly share patient-generated health data (PGHD) with healthcare providers and Followers. Caren RPM allows users to document vitals, glucose, pain and observations like falls, ER visits, photos, and side effects. Caren RPM is available for Apple, Android, and web users, and it is free to use and share with one Provider and one Follower.
Users can easily invite Providers and Followers (via email) to securely view their real-time health information through a browser on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. This saves time and reduces the need to call, text and email Providers and Followers. In the case of the ITC incident, users can share their health information with their primary physician as a Provider and include an authorized ITC official as a Follower. Providers will be able to track the health conditions of users for weeks and months after the fire is extinguished as well as view their geographic location. Users can choose to stop sharing updated health information at any time.