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Presenter Slides - Keith Chessell, Solcom Ltd


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Wessex Health Innovation Forum: Isle of Wight
Wednesday 4th July 2018

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Presenter Slides - Keith Chessell, Solcom Ltd

  1. 1. What is Whzan Digital Health? Whzan Triaging Clinical Portal Whzan Tablet Bluetooth instrument selection • Disease and condition agnostic • Tailored for each patient • One or more patients per kit Tools and Assessments
  2. 2. How its Used Monitor Carers GP PracticeCare Home Supervisor Review Assess Tailored monitoring of individual patients Shared information enabling a consistent informed response NEWS2 score standardises health assessment
  3. 3. Key Information • 9,000+ Whzan patients, 450 care homes, 20 NHS regions • Free development of new features in partnership with users • Total (Whzan+NHS) first year cost of purchase and operation roughly equates to the cost of one saved admission • Care homes using Whzan often report a saved admission in the first week and usually more than one per month • Whzan "empowers care workers to provide improved levels of care"
  4. 4. Impact Story Examples • IW - Early identification of sepsis, a resident was developing sepsis, regular temperature readings identified their deteriorating condition. An ambulance arrived and paramedics administered antibiotics. • Chesterfield - Care home resident admitting nearly twice a month now treated in the care home, the same home also reports far less GP callouts. • Sunderland - Early identification of UTI, Whzan calculated a high NEWS value on a patient with advanced dementia. Taken to A&E, given antibiotics and returned to the home same day instead of a multi-day admission. • IW - Anxious client requesting numerous GP visits creating an issue and strain on resources. Whzan reassures the client that she was well, resulting in less GP visit requests.
  5. 5. Shared Data to Date NHS Reports • 70% reduction in A&E attendance • 46% reduction in bed days spent in hospital • 35% reduction in unplanned GP visits • 22% reduction in 999 ambulance requests • 25-33% reduction in emergency admissions • 50% reduction in 111 calls NHS Survey • 100% Felt it helped to look after the customers better • 100% Said it was easy to use
  6. 6. NHS Video Samples NHS IW: Care Home Experience NHS IW: Linda's Story NHS Sunderland: After the first yearNHS Sunderland: GP's view