How it works
Patients who have frequent exacerbations or who are at risk of hypercapnic respiratory failure will be onboarded to the service by health professionals. Baseline clinical data will be established. Wearables and connected hardware will be supplied.
Patients gather health data from the wearables and connected hardware supplied during onboarding. The health data is automatically and securely shared with the Lenus Digital Health and Care Platform.
Patient data will become available in the COPD clinical dashboard, providing health professionals with a dedicated interface that displays and aggregates health data across all onboarded patients.
Data rules help trained health professionals to identify patterns and insights that will trigger personalised interventions or escalation, in line with defined clinical protocols.
Trained algorithms will help to determine if an exacerbation is likely. This will guide if proactive health or social care interventions are required
EHR Integration and Ongoing Communication
Through the Lenus Digital Health and Care Platform, healthcare professionals can access the patient’s Electronic Health Record (EHR) and augment it with data from the COPD service. Messages can be sent to patients (or their designated care team) via the Lenus Digital Health and Care Platform. Diagnostics can also be created to gather qualitative insights from patients too.
The connected hardware and apps provide the following data:
- Activity, sleep, heart rate and variability
- +/- Energy expenditure
- +/- Oxygen saturation and respiratory rate
- NIV usage
- Respiratory rate
- Ventilation parameters (absolute; and change)
The Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Management Service is delivered on a cost per patient basis for a minimum period of 12 months. Exact costs depend on total number of patients, duration of service and required integrations with existing systems.
The cost per patient will be significantly less than the cost of an emergency hospital admission.
A licence for the Lenus Digital Health and Care Platform will be required to enable the service. Your organisation may already have a licence. Contact us to discuss. Learn more about licencing and procurement.
If you’re interested in deploying the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Management Service in your organisation, please get in touch to discuss your specific requirements. We’ll be pleased to provide an indicative quote.
The average lead time for provisioning the service is 3 months.
If you have an existing COPD service to integrate with the Lenus Digital Health and Care Platform, to benefit from the Clinical Dashboard, please contact us to discuss requirements.
The Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Management Service can be purchased through G-Cloud 10, by all UK public sector bodies including the NHS, or direct from Storm ID.
What is G-Cloud 10?
G-Cloud is a UK Government initiative which makes it easy to quickly purchase services and solutions from suppliers like Storm ID, who have been approved to provide their services to government and the public sector.
Tell me more about the service
The Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Management Service was developed by Storm ID with significant input from COPD specialists working in the NHS.