Solutions for the whole care chain – effectively and measurably
Vivago – Right care, in the right place, at the right time
An ageing population increases the need and demand for high-quality health services. This requires a more specific allocation of resources in the care sector. The opportunities of the elderly for independent living must be improved, and the staff of care units must be allowed to focus on the care itself, rather than routines.
Vivago knows the challenges of the care industry and is prepared to offer a reliable and flexible solution. The Vivago solution covers the entire care chain from home care to assisted living, hospitals and rehabilitation.
Vivago brings effectiveness and measurability to care work
The Vivago solution measures the user's activity levels and movement as well as the amount and quality of sleep. The solution is unique as its compiled data helps to monitor the customer's condition in real time. Automatic reminders and alerts on any significant changes to the customer's condition help the nursing staff to react quickly and allocate the resources to where they are needed. The Vivago solution automatically calls for help if the customer is unable to do so.
Vivago's technology and patented solutions support the renewal of care processes and the real-time, objective review of treatment results. The precise analytics produced by the Vivago solutions reduce unnecessary policies and make the monitoring of wellbeing data easy and effortless.
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Case: Insulin shock – Ann was saved by an automatic alarm
Ann lives in sheltered housing. She is 77 years old and suffers from diabetes, which is treated with insulin. During the night, her blood sugar levels dropped and she lost consciousness in her sleep.
Case: Rehabilitation without medication – Lisa’s condition and functional capacity improved
Lisa is an 80-year-old woman who lives independently at home, helped by her daughter and home care. Lisa suffers from memory loss and as her memory disorder progresses, her circadian rhythm has taken a turn for the worse: she sleeps in the afternoons and stays awake at night. Lisa’s functional capacity and her ability to manage her own affairs have deteriorated.
Case: Monitoring the effectiveness of a medication change on Parkinson’s disease – Jack; once bedridden, now moves about on his own
Jack, an 81-year-old man, suffers from Parkinson’s disease. Jack lives in a sheltered housing unit. He needs a lot of help to get around and to get things done.
Case: Monitoring bipolar disorder – Monitoring of functional capacity improved George’s quality of life
George is an 81-year-old man who lives at home and suffers from bipolar disorder. A regular rhythm of life, identification of predictive symptoms and timely intervention are important in this disease.