Remote monitoring

What do we mean by managed telehealth (telehealth)?

A carefully managed service remotely monitoring patients at regular intervals and providing medical professionals with easy access to their data has wide ranging benefits for clinicians, patients and the health service as a whole.

Remote monitoring (telehealth) can improve condition management for both patients and clinicians by providing care closer to home, enhancing the quality of life and outcomes for patients and delivering a more efficient health service through patient self-management and fewer hospitalisations.

Why is managed telehealth (telehealth) important?


Remote monitoring (telehealth) addresses the growing demographic and financial pressures facing health services:

At present there are 15.4 million people in the UK with a long term condition. By 2025 this is set to rise to 18 million, forcing a shift towards earlier detection and better prevention as a more effective form of care.

There is a predicted 60% increase in the population aged 65 and over in the UK over the next 25 years. This ageing population will place higher demands on public services, with individuals less likely to have the support of an extended family while expecting quality and service.

Declining birth rates are predicted, which in turn will lead to fewer recruits available to take up care roles.

Telehealth Pilot

Baywater Healthcare is proud to work in partnership with Gloucestershire CCG to develop a bespoke telehealth service to support patients with learning disabilities.

The service initially started as a trial across care homes in Gloucestershire. Our telehealth system was used to collect information about the individual, which was then shared with their healthcare professional. Please watch the video below to find out more about the service and the early outcomes it has achieved.


Benefits for the Clinician

  • Clinical focus maintained
  • Efficient case-load management
  • Enhanced compliance and improved outcomes
  • Streamlined patient management
  • Early identification of issues
  • Remote diagnosis

Benefits for the CCG/LHB

  • No capital outlay
  • Cost-effective case load management
  • Reduced unplanned hospital admissions
  • Facilitated early discharge
  • Reduced re-admissions
  • Contributes to a more efficient and cost effective health service

Benefits for the Patient

  • Friendly Healthcare Technicians who have experience of working with patients in their homes
  • Improved quality of life
  • Empowerment and ability to self-care
  • Peace of mind and reduced anxiety levels
  • Fewer and shorter hospital stays
  • 24 hour/7 day  free phone support

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