InteliCare provides real-time information on your in-home client’s activity and other indicators, to help care professionals define, monitor and assess care plans and strategies.
A simple to use dashboard provides a 24/7 view of client’s wellbeing with potential issues or alerts highlighted for escalation by a care contact centre, a mobile carer or first responder.
From day one, InteliCare builds a profile of what a normal domestic routine looks like for each home. Using advanced analytics, the system can quickly identify when something unusual occurs, sending notifications or alerts to the nominated persons.
The system supports remote assist (intercom) calls into the home when alerts are received from a pendant or identified by the system. The InteliCare App enables the care team and family to easily see in real-time when an alert has been responded to, by who, with notes on the event recorded for future reference.
Our 24/7 Operations Centre ensures all systems are operating and maintained effectively.
Quality Care Outcomes
|Total government/compulsory spending on long term care accounted for 1.7% of GDP on average across OECD countries in 20154|
|Assistance for home care is considerably less costly to the Government than for Residential Aged Care|
|Governments are investing heavily in technology to address the ageing population problem|
|Australian Government expenditure expected increase to $20.8B by 2019‑20 on aged care5|
|Aged Care Providers|
|Early incident detection to assist in reducing liabilities and enabling better care|
|Central monitoring savings can lead to a reduction in associated costs|
|Reduced worker visits and corresponding hours ‘lost’|
|Reduced transportation requirements including fuel and car servicing|
|Reduced need to move clients into residential care|
|Additional Revenue opportunities via “premium care” models|
|Early incident & disease detection can reduce hospital admission and re-admissions|
|The direct costs of fatal and non-fatal falling injuries totals $28B every year2|
|Reduce days spent in hospitals|
|Each day out of hospital in the US saves on average US$5,2203 or A$2,3006 in Australia|
|Delays entry into intensive aged care residences|
|Big data provides valuable insights into patient routines|
|Early incident / disease detection limits insurance costs for hospital admissions or major treatments|
|Direct monitoring can lead to personalised plans|
|Reduced premiums for abled elderly|
|Tailored care plans for those who require more attention|
|Avoids insurance costs on days spent in hospital|
1. Medicare Readmissions Penalties Reach Record Amount In Third Year (Oct 2014) 2. Preparing for the “Silver Tsunami” (Jul. 2018) 3. Statista, 2019 4. OECD, Health at a Glance 2017: OECD Indicators, OECD Publishing (Nov 2017) 5. Aged Care Financing Authority Annual Report on the Funding and Financing of the Aged Care Sector (July 2017) 6. Hospital Performance: Costs of acute admitted patients in public hospitals in 2011–12; Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (Apr 2015)