Healthcare - Always Connected


Healthcare - Always Connected

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Philips Motiva is an interactive TeleHealth platform, expertly designed to allow people with chronic conditions such as: Chronic Heart Failure, Diabetes Mellitus, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to be monitored from the comfort of their own home. With data sent direct to their healthcare provider, both patients and care staff are empowered to manage the condition with greater flexibility. Able to monitor weight, blood pressure, oxygen saturation in the blood and can also be used to answer a questionnaire, the system is intuitive and can be tailored to suit the individual requirements of each patient. Philips Healthcare needed a totally managed solution, giving reliable, in home connectivity to the Philips Motiva, allowing connectivity to multiple networks across Europe. Poor connectivity could result in multiple engineering visits and delays in the installation process costing Philips both time and money.


Eseye’s Multi - IMSI AnyNet SIM was the perfect solution for Philips Motiva, supplying reliable multi network connectivity in a number of key geographies. Much like the Motiva, the AnyNet is all about flexibility and freedom, with its ability to connect to multiple networks through in - country roaming and multiple IMSIs, the AnyNet ensures the Philips Motiva maintains a reliable connection, enabling patient data to be transferred from home to hospital and back with ease. “Eseye are proud to be involved with Philips Motiva. The value of empowering a patient to monitor and manage their condition from the comfort of their own home, while maximising their quality of life is huge. Connectivity is critical and it was a pleasure working with the team at Philips Healthcare to deliver a solution.”

Blood Pressure, Weight, etc...
Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)
Reduction in failed installations

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