What is Telehealth?
Telehealth is a program developed in 2007 by Windsor Place At-Home Care in cooperation with KU Medical Center and the Kansas Department of Aging that allows patients to participate in their health care every day, from the comfort of their own home. A Telehealth kit will be installed in the home, allowing the client to monitor his/her vital signs on a daily basis. A registered nurse evaluates the measurements for any problems that may need the patient's or a doctor's attention.
Who Benefits from Telehealth?
With the potential for early intervention and treatment when health problems arise, patients are able to live independently in their own homes longer. This service empowers patients with the knowledge to manage their own health care. The consistent monitoring of vitals also makes the patient more aware of his/her behavior and how it affects his/her health.
What are customers saying about Telehealth?
"It's easy to use........... "It can keep me in my home longer......" "There are many benefits...."
Listen to Telehealth customers tell you themselves about our service.