Get Ready® is a digital, remote patient management solution that aims to optimise the entire care pathway, from waiting list to post-intervention follow-up.
Our digital solution connects patients and clinical team for better coordination and management, and by leveraging our extensive knowledge library of questionnaires and protocols based on KOL input and literature guidelines, it helps you optimise and improve the entire patient journey across a variety of diseases and use cases.
Digital platform connecting patients and clinical team for better coordination and management.
Extensive knowledge base and clinical protocols across many therapies.
Pathway digitalisation and optimisation
Support of an experienced consulting team in the implementation of efficient and patient-centred pathways.
Our multi-channel platform (web, mobile, SMS) allows patients to register symptoms and enter vital-sign measurements. Care teams can monitor patients remotely and identify, as early as possible, any deterioration in the patient's health status.
Patients receive relevant and engaging content and guidance at different stages of their treatment.
Patients can communicate with their care teams via secure in-app messaging, share letters and lab results, and report on completed activities and tasks.
European Union general data protection regulation
Fully connected with hospital information systems (IHS)
No prior installation required
Get Ready® for the remote management of cardiovascular patients aims to optimise the entire care pathway. It helps you manage your patients and monitor their risk while they are waiting for their intervention. In addition, once scheduled, you can remotely manage their preparation and follow-up. The solution is tailored to your needs and configured to address your specific challenges.
Get Ready for cardiovascular therapies video - (02:23)
Get Ready video explaining our remote patient management solution for cardiovascular therapies.
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Electrophysiology and Implants:
Bariatric departments can face multiple challenges, including:
Obesity is complex. It needs a continous treatment and follow up way before and after surgery to achieve great outcomes.- Bariatric surgeon
Our remote patient management solution Get Ready® helps hospitals and healthcare professionals remotely manage their colorectal and lung cancer patients throughout their entire care pathway. The solution enables improved patient engagement and increased adherence, collects patient reported outcomes (PROMs), and allows teams to rapidly address clinical deterioration.
With Get Ready® hospitals and healthcare professionals can:
Medtronic Integrated Health Solutions (IHS) has implemented Get Ready® in the neurosurgery department of the Amiens University Hospital. Our digital solution has made it possible to:
Shorten patient hospital length of stay from 5.6 days to 4.3 days
Increase their spine surgery same-day admission rate by 33%
Move to Enhanced Recovery Pathway for spine
Improve patient satisfaction
Our partnership with Medtronic was our biggest asset toward implementing same-day discharge and Enhanced Recovery Pathway.- Prof. Lefranc - Neurosurgeon, Amiens University Hospital
Get Ready® is a digital, remote patient management solution that aims to optimise the entire care pathway, from waiting list to post-intervention follow-up. Our digital solution connects patients and clinical team for better coordination and management, and by leveraging our extensive knowledge library of questionnaires and protocols based on KOL input and literature guidelines, it helps you optimise and improve the entire patient journey across a variety of diseases and use cases.
Our solution can be also applied to the following therapies:
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We are a team of experienced and highly trained experts who help providers reach their healthcare delivery goals. If you think we can help you, reach out to one of our advisors today for more information on what the Integrated Health Solutions team can do for your hospital.