PARIS – Air Liquide Healthcare has launched its Chronic Care Connect remote monitoring solution for patients with chronic conditions. “The rapid adoption of digital technologies, coupled with human health care support, opens up new opportunities to provide innovative services to patients, physicians and health care systems,” said Francois Jackow, a member of Air Liquide’s executive committee, in a statement. “With its first e-health solution, Air Liquide is able to support patients in their homes and respond to the challenges facing health authorities.” Patients use connected health devices like blood pressure monitors, scales, pulse oximetry, glucose meters or ventilators that are connected to a digital tablet that allows patients to access their monitoring. Patient medical data is sent to and analyzed by the nurses who serve the Air Liquide center, which exchanges information regularly with patients and their physicians. Air Liquide’s connected solution is currently being rolled out in France and in Spain, and is currently available for selected patients suffering from chronic heart failure and diabetes. In the months ahead, it will also be made available to patients with chronic respiratory failure. Air Liquide provides medical gases, home health care services, hygiene products, medical equipment, and specialty ingredients to more than 15,000 hospitals and clinics and more than 1.4 million home health care patients around the world.
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