Propell is the Australian and New Zealand distributor of HealthBeats and iHealth
June 2019: Murray Primary Health Network (PHN) partners with Propell to remotely monitor chronic disease patients using HealthBeats.
Murray PHN has partnered with health technology company Propell that uses technology to reduce avoidable hospital admissions and improve patient health outcomes for people living with chronic disease.
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iHealth is the global leader in consumer-friendly, mobile health devices remote monitoring solutions that enable individuals to take an active role in managing their personal health.
No more manual logging:
iHealth launched the world's FIRST smartphone connected blood pressure in 2011.
Now iHealth is a global leader in helping everyone better monitor chronic disease including hy
pertension, diabetes, respiratory and weight conditions.
iHealth is a healthcare management company striving to revitalise old healthcare devices with modern technology everyone is familiar with. The MyVitals andGluco-Smart App can sync with all iHeath products and allow you to view every result on one app.
Our products are easy-to-use, making it simple for consumers to accurately measure, track and share a full range of health vitals. By automatically connecting thedata through the cloud, consumers are able to see a more comprehensive view of their vitals and easily share information with healthcare professionals or loved ones.
iHealth award-winning line of products include Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) approved blood pressure monitors, blood glucose monitors, and pulse oximeters. iHealth also offers digital body analysis scales.
iHealth is available online, at pharmacies, in hospitals, medical practitioners and aged care organisations.
HealthBeats: remote vitals monitoring
The increasing prevalence of chronic disease amongst and ageing population is a worldwide and Australian challenge.
The HealthBeats remote vitals monitoring solution enables the people to be monitored in the home, with doctors, pharmacists and nurses viewing vital signs at a central location such as a hospital or aged care facility.
Remote vitals monitoring suits numerous organisations:
Primary Health Networks (PHNs): Reduce hospital re-admission and better treat chronic disease patients
Medical clinics and pharmacies: Provide an ongoing patient monitoring service
Hospitals: Reduce hospital re-admission and better treat chronic disease patients
Aged care: Help monitor long term chronic disease clients and reduce nurse monitoring costs