Remote Medical Care
Remote Medical Care is a form of telemedicine service, which allows constant monitoring of a patient’s condition and the performance of preventive and control check-ups outside the hospital environment. This form of care is made possible by the use of portable medical devices recording specific vital signs. Test results are automatically transmitted to the Remote Medical Care Center, where they are analyzed. If any irregularities are found, medical staff connect the patient remotely with their doctor or a specialist, and in the event of a health emergency or life risk, call an ambulance. Remote Medical Care services support diagnostics, complement therapies and impact the effectiveness of treatment and the patient’s feeling of safety by ensuring permanent contact with specialists. They are complementary to the provision of primary care, have proven medical value, and support patient-doctor communication, especially during the medical interview.