Routine hospital visits are costly and time-consuming for both doctors and patients. IoT-powered remote care solutions are the answer.
How we can help
Remote monitoring enables doctors to consult and review real-time patient data, reducing emergency admissions and the number of home visits and appointments needed. Patients are empowered to get on with their lives; clinicians can see more patients each day, and quickly involve colleagues around the world to consult on challenging cases. Remote monitoring is transformative in rural or emerging markets, where healthcare services may be limited. It’s ideal for conditions such as sleep apnoea, where compliance data may be a regulatory requirement — as well as other chronic ailments, such as diabetes, heart disease and respiratory problems that require ongoing intervention.
Our comprehensive range of connected products enables you to get up and running.
Provide real-time data via a portal that can be accessed anytime and anywhere. Solutions include stock management, patient and lone worker monitoring, medication reminders, messages and alerts.
Managed Tablets and Handhelds
Provide cellular connectivity and management support, making them ideal for use in remote patient monitoring, clinical trials or for health visitors and social workers.
Combine high-quality hardware with pre-configured IoT connectivity services and the compact 3G quad-band USB modem makes it easy to add IoT connectivity to a range of medical devices.
IoT-enabled refrigeration units can report on their location, operational status and stock levels in real time, helping you keep control over medicines.
Mobile Asset Tracking
Trackers can easily be fitted to assets such as stock pallets, giving you near real-time visibility of each asset’s location from an online portal, helping you reduce losses and increase efficiency.
Combines in-vehicle tracking devices with smart applications to increase operational efficiency. Our fleet management solutions can help you get more from your first response, healthcare professionals or logistics vehicles.
Lone Worker Solutions
Keep your workforce safe and secure with reliable communication in case of emergencies. With 24/7 call centre support and a range of devices available, the Lone Worker Solution ensures health and safety compliance and gives your workforce the confidence when working remotely.
Cold Chain Monitoring
Monitors temperature and shelf life, at real time through the supply chain for many healthcare products, providing safety, operational efficiency and compliance.
We can work in partnership to develop innovative solutions that meet your global requirements.
Mindpax.me tackles mental health by tracking sleep patterns
The Vodafone Managed IoT Connectivity Platform provides reliable connectivity and global coverage for Mindpax.me’s patient monitoring solution. The Mindpax.me base station is equipped with the Global IoT SIM, enabling wristband trackers to transmit daily data to the start-up’s central database. This information can then be analysed, with alerts sent to patients or doctors as required.
Diabetacare Monitors Diabetes with IoT
Diabetacare is using Vodafone’s IoT technology to improve the lives of patients with diabetes. By supplying patients with connected monitoring devices, Diabetacare is helping improve their diabetes management. The devices send information — blood glucose levels and blood pressure — to clinicians who adjust medication and provide guidance remotely. This enables clinicians to improve diabetes management and adjust medication, without seeing the patient in clinics.
National Monitoring Enhances Lone Worker Safety with Vodafone IoT
National Monitoring is an independent monitoring specialist, providing critical solutions for many of the UK’s law enforcement agencies, housing associations and public authorities.
Ekso Bionics Robotic Exoskeletons Improve Patient Mobility with Vodafone IoT
With Vodafone Global IoT managed connectivity service, Ekso Bionics manages device diagnostics and data to help improve the mobility of stroke and spinal cord injury patients.
Philips and Medic Assist Create Next-Generation AED services, using Vodafone IoT Connectivity
Sudden cardiac arrest is the most common cause of out-of-hospital deaths in the western world. Emergency services often take more than 10 minutes to arrive and are therefore too late to deliver the necessary life-saving techniques. However with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), everyone can help save lives.