New Delhi : Home healthcare services provider Health Care at Home (HCAH) has partnered with e-ICU network Critinext to enhance ICU at home services with e-monitoring capabilities.
ICU at home services by HCAH provide step down care which will be delivered at home and patients will receive monitoring through digital clinical assessment forms and electronic visit reports from doctors, the company said in a statement.
HCAH Co-Founder and CEO Vivek Srivastava said: “This joint venture will help HCAH increase its service offerings to the healthcare sector”.
This partnership will offer 24×7 intensive care under expert supervision to the patients at the comfort of their home, he added.
“With this digital monitoring service, we hope to help the doctors with their long-term ICU patients whom they could not send home due to lack of quality care,” Srivastava said.
Critinext Director Pinak Shrikhande said: “Not just patients, doctors will also get benefits by this services as the service aids with increased retention of patients and greater reach.”
HealthCare at Home is backed by the Burman family, promoters of Dabur.