OPTILOGG®

Beyond remote monitoring

Clinically proven to half risk of hospitalization for our most vulnerable chronically ill elderly1-3

Covid-19 presents health care and society with its greatest challenge in modern times. It is critical that multi-sick elderly people can be supported to manage their illness at home, to reduce this risk group's exposure to Covid-19 and reduce the burden on healthcare. We can help!

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  • The basic version of OPTILOGG® is as easy to prescribe as a crutch, no changes to the way of work or integration with IT systems are required
  • When the healthcare organization is ready, it is easy to remotely access patient data using the easy to use health profession portal, scale up OPTILOGG® with new sensors, and connect to other systems
  • We have supported patients with chronic conditions for over 10,000 patient months without complications. We know self-care!

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OPTILOGG® Start

A home-based tool for multi-sick elderly without any technology experience. Clinically proven to reduce inpatient care by half through strengthened self-care. This without adding burden to the healthcare provider.

Only OPTILOGG®  can offer this.

OPTILOGG® Plus

It is easy to customize OPTILOGG® for each individual patient. High-quality, medically classified sensors are available as an option on an individual basis. Supports people with heart failure, hypertension, arrhythmias or COPD.

OPTILOGG® Contact

The most cost-effective care meeting is the one that is not needed, but some situations require a care meeting. OPTILOGG® can therefore offer secure video meetings and chat, as well as make patient data available remotely.

  1. Melin et al., 2018, J Cardiovasc Nurs, “Effects of a Tablet Computer on Self-care, Quality of Life, and Knowledge: A Randomized Clinical Trial”.
  2. Hovland-Tånneryd et al., 2019, BMJ Open Heart, "From randomised controlled trial to real world implementation of a novel home-based heart failure tool”.
  3. Sahlin et al., 2019, European Journal of Heart Failure (2019) 21 (Suppl. S1), p.525, P2041, "Self-care management intervention in heart failure"

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