RTX Healthcare has announced a new member to the family of interactive telehealth monitors, which allows healthcare system integrators and disease management companies to effectively monitor patients at home.
The new RTX3371 GSM/GPRS telehealth monitor collects vital signs wirelessly from external devices and subjective patient information from patient questionnaires and transmits the data directly to the system integrator or disease management company’s own clinical information system. The collected vital signs include weight, blood pressure, blood glucose, peak flow, SpO2, ECG, blood coagulation and others.
Bjarne Flou, CEO of RTX Healthcare, said: Our telehealth monitors are extremely simple and intuitive to use for elderly patients. Furthermore, the flexibility of the device and our business model, where RTX Healthcare sell the RTX3371 telehealth monitor for a one-off fee without a proprietary backend, makes our monitors an easy and preferred choice for telehealth providers.