People are living longer but not necessarily in good health. 58% of adults
aged over 60 have one or more chronic or long-term condition (LTC). Worryingly there’s an increase increase to 14% in adults under 40.
Treating people with LTCs consumes £7 of every £10 in healthcare budgets. That’s a pretty consistent proportion across the world.
So how about helping people to self-care which can reduce their need to visit hard-pressed clinical staff? We can do this using technology. Technology like beetroot.
Patients benefit from enhanced self-management by combining visibility of
their health data with personalised coaching from a rich knowledge base.
Healthcare providers benefit from remote monitoring and improvingvulnerable patients’ wellbeing through a sophisticated but simple-to-use management interface in a cost-effective way.
beetroot is brought to you by THERAPYAUDIT Limited, which has many years’ experience in providing innovative software solutions to over 35 NHS and Public Health clients in England. Our monitoring service has been collecting and analysing data for health professionals for years so we know a thing or two about making patient monitoring in the community work.
Now it’s time to extend these solutions to patients. So that they can take steps to improve their own health and management of chronic conditions. Using state-of-the-art technology.
There are many medical monitoring apps on the market. But few, if any, provide a combination of personalised monitoring and coaching with the reassurance of a tried and tested ‘backend’. That’s where beetroot is different. We’re investing heavily in artificial intelligence and psychology-based design to individually personalise our users’ experience. And we also provide healthcare professionals with the reassurance that they can efficiently monitor their patients.
More Than One Flavour
flavour number 1: beetroot patient & beetroot doctorprovides the help patients need, when and where they want it to manage their chronic conditions, whether they live with one or more. It’s available as a standalone or connected smartphone app. beetroot patient enables people to see their data and access a range of educational and coaching materials. In the connected version they can send data to their clinicians to check. beetroot patient can be used by patients on an intermittent or continuous basis. Starting with support for people living with diabetes, beetroot patient will cover a broad range of multi-morbidities, all within the same app. Users can nominate family members, carers or other significant people to share in the receipt of messages from beetroot doctor, ensuring support for vulnerable people. And integration with social media provides optional goal setting and sharing of patient experience of their chronic condition. Connected lives are healthier lives!
provides healthcare practitioners with the tools to support patients’ in their self-management of chronic conditions, and encourage healthy choices. A cloud-based solution, beetroot doctor provides visibility of collected patient data and a real-time check on vital signs (connected version only). It enables the delivery of coaching and monitoring follow-up messages, both automatic and ad-hoc, through an intuitive messaging service. Outstanding items that need dealing with, such as vital signs that are outside the normal range, or patients who haven’t submitted data when expected, are clearly flagged in a simple dashboard. beetroot doctor is entirely configurable by healthcare practitioners, ensuring the highest level of personalisation and flexibility.
who buys beetroot patient and beetroot doctor?
healthcare organisations that provide self-care to patients. In doing so improving their wellbeing. And furthermore easing pressure on healthcare budgets.
flavour number 2: beetroot dmard(DMARD stands for Disease Modifying Anti-rheumatic Drug). Safely and effectively monitor people who are living in the community but taking potentially toxic drugs like methotrexate. beetroot dmard provides healthcare practitioners in secondary and primary care with the tools to support patients’ self-management. A cloud-based solution, it collects and checks patients’ blood tests in hospitals and/or in primary care practices. It then identifies alerts such as results outside the normal range, or patients who haven’t submitted data when expected. The alerts are identified against rules that you set up.
It also enables you to deliver coaching and monitoring follow-up messages, through an intuitive messaging service and the beetroot patient app. beetroot dmard is entirely configurable by you, ensuring the highest level of personalisation and flexibility. It’s been in use in some NHS secondary care sites for nearly 20 years.
who buys beetroot dmard?
healthcare organisations (primary or secondary care) who are responsible for providing cost-effective self-care to patients with chronic conditions. For example people who are taking potentially toxic drugs like DMARDS (Disease Modifying Anti-rheumatic Drugs).