Beyond remote monitoring

Clinically proven to half risk of hospitalization for our most vulnerable chronically ill elderly1



Our vision is to improve the health of the elderly and chronically ill, by transforming them into an active part of the health care organization.

We who developed OPTILOGG® share a burning ambition to support the chronically ill in the elderly community, leading to improved quality of life and decreased morbidity, while at the same time relieving the burden on the hard working health care professional. To achieve that, it is simply not enough to employ digital solutions to monitor patients remotely, such efforts need to be combined with providing an opportunity for the patient to assume an active role in his/her own health care. With decades of experience in working with these populations, we offer clinically validated products and solutions to health care organizations to lessen the burden of chronic disease, enable action before a health deterioration becomes an emergency and doing it through the use of modern, digital technology to bridge the distance between provider and recipient of care.



The basic version of OPTILOGG® is our clinically validated remote care solution for people with heart failure. The service contains everything the patient needs to assume an active role in his/her own health care, including our unique service organization. The solution is specifically designed for (and together with) the multi-sick elderly with little or no experience with modern technology. With this version, there is no need for the health care professional to monitor patients or review data, instead our distributed expert system coaches the patient to seek care, should the self-care not be enough to fend off a deterioration.


It is easy to customize OPTILOGG® for the needs of each individual patient, and also based on the needs of the prescribing health care provider. On an individual basis, high-quality med-tech certified sensors can be added, and with the expanded care portal digital care sessions through chat or video are enabled, as well as remote monitoring of data and preventive care planning. With OPTILOGG® Plus you can efficiently support people suffering from heart failure, hypertension, cardiac arrhythmia, kidney disease and COPD.

CareLigo® Service

In addition to our OPTILOGG®-related offers, we provide services such as change management, statistical analysis and quality assurance, digitalization support etc. Our unique service organization, existing as an integrated part of OPTILOGG®, can also be offered as a stand-alone service for organizations in need of being able to provide technical support including home-visits, to elderly who are not accustomed to modern technology.


  • The basic version OPTILOGG® Start is no more complicated to prescribe than a crutch. It does not require the health care provider to make any organizational-, process- or IT-related changes

  • Once the health care provider is redo for remote monitoring from an organizational standpoint, connecting OPTILOGG® to your system, other applications or adding sensors is easy with OPTILOGG® Plus

  • We have supported chronically sick elderly for over 10 000 patient-months, with no adverse events or complications. We know remote care!





Improvements in self-care lead to decreased morbidity and in this study we could clearly see that the tool reached through to the participating patients. In total, the in-hospital care was reduced by close to 30%

Hans Persson

Cardiologist, Danderyd Hospital 

from MedTech Magazine


The patients learned so much more about their disease, they were in control and knew when to get help

Ann Hovland-Tånneryd

Primary care specialist and unit manager at Hemse Health Central

from SVT



"The patients felt safer and were more engaged in their self-care when equipped with the tool. We also found that it didn’t add to the workload of the nurses involved"

Maria Liljeroos

Registered nurse and PhD, Mälarsjukhuset (hospital) Eskilstuna

from ESC

  1. Sahlin et al., 2019, European Journal of Heart Failure (2019) 21 (Suppl. S1), p.525, P2041, "Self-care management intervention in heart failure"