VirtuSense is using preventative technology to predict, prevent, and protect older adults from falls, injuries, and more.
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Today your health is captured in snapshots. Our vision is to fill the gaps between these data points; pulling your story, frame by frame, into a movie that continuously captures your health-journey as you live it. For your provider to improve your care, for your family to keep you safe, and for you to live a better, healthier life.
COVID-19 has pushed our healthcare system to the point of failure. That’s why we’re bringing RPM for 30 Beds, in 30 Hospitals, for 3 Months.
Track vitals, predict bed exits and communicate with patients remotely using VSTOne. Continuous monitoring and rapid alerting means staff can do more while reducing contact with COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
The VSTAlert remote monitoring platform uses AI to predict inpatient bed exits 30 seconds before they happen and alerts nurses instantly. Fewer false alarms and earlier alerts mean less stress on nurses and more time to respond.
Know who’s a fall-risk, why they’re at risk, and what’s being done to help them improve. The VSTBalance platform comes equipped with VSTPop-Health; a comprehensive cloud dashboard that displays the current status, improvements, or decline of every patient in your care.
Know who’s leaving their bed 30–60 seconds before they get up with the VSTAlert platform. The system has been shown to reduce falls by as much as 79% in skilled nursing settings.
Objective, evidence-based, standardized mobility assessments at your fingertips. VSTBalance uses AI and machine vision to identify mobility deficits in older adults and compare against normative data to determine their risk of falling.
We’re bringing our RPM platform, VSTAlert, to 30 rooms in 30 hospitals for 3 months at no cost or obligation.
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United Methodist Communities announced a strategic partnership with VirtuSense to implement VSTAlert/One.
“The technology [VSTAlert] represents a step forward today, and in the future will be considered a standard of care.”
“VSTBalance really adds value in ensuring they [residents] are as independent and happy and healthy as possible.”
“I can’t believe how the patients are more engaged, they seem to have more fun—they want to come to their appointments.”