The most advanced and widespread telemedicine solution on the market.
Smart monitoring for safer care
lifestream unmatched quantity of patient vital parameters
The ultimate wearable patient monitors
in the First 24/7 Virtual Care Centre
Our patients are ALWAYS CONNECTED and Truly Safe.
An award-winning solution developed and validated with the leading EU university hospitals
Patients die because deteriorations are missed.
There is a huge unfulfilled need for better patient monitoring, diagnostics and reaction everywhere in healthcare.
Currently, the healthcare takes "Snapshot" pictures of the patient's state periodically from time to time. This method proved insufficient for preventing deaths and deteriorations.
The disease progress is a continuous process that requires adequate tracking and intervention to fill the gaps of hidden disease changes: the leading cause of preventable deaths and deterioration.
At Checkpointcardio, we are enabling the switch from a "Snapshot" model to a "full movie" model where patients and carers are fully and constantly connected.
For the first time, the patients can be "ALWAYS CONNECTED" to an integrated medical team
The Checkpointcardio remote monitoring medical solution measures an unmatched quantity of vital signs in real time and transmits them wirelessly to medical professionals regardless of the patient's location.
It was developed and validated with the leading EU university hospitals and is the most advanced, widespread and affordable telemedicine solution on the EU market.
HOW WE ARE BETTER ?
We increased the resolution of the physiological data collected from 2 to 4000 data points/24h
A personal multiparameter, first on the market medical wearable device - a 100g version of a bedside monitor designed for in-hospital and home use. It collects and transmits in real time a vast number of parameters captured by ECG, Digital stethoscope, PPG wave Respiration wave, Accelerometer, and Temperature sensors collecting medical-grade measurements.
We increased the number of vital parameters analysed from 5 to 19
We went beyond the usual vital sign collection and assessment to provide clinical data allowing the medical professionals to deliver remote care, outperforming current office and hospital examination results.
We created A.I. based patient Digital Twin
An A.I. decision support system analyses the parameters captured by our wearable device, and uses them to calculate a whole new set of Digital Biomarkers, used to create a Digital Twin of the patient. The uniquely wide collection of digital biomarkers we can leverage (we can extrapolate over 3000, compared to the current state of the art utilizing a maximum of 5) allows us to construct the first Digital Twin, which is entirely reflective of the physiological state of every single patient, better identifying any anomalies to properly assess variations in health.
Finally, we aligned the clinical delivery process with the disease's natural flow
We created a new medical entity (Virtual ward) with a dedicated and integrated clinical team. Assisted by our AI decision support system, the team continuously analyzes the data to track the patient's conditions 24/7 and, if needed, inform the treating clinical team and manage timely healthcare delivery for every single patient.
The Virtual Ward is a novel, stand-alone medical entity developed for more than eight years, and more than 200 clinical protocols were created for remote patient health management.
Checkpoint Cardio Virtual ward is a Pan-European entity that currently serves patients in several countries and more than 50 locations in hospitals, rehabilitation centres, or at home.
CLINICAL AND VALIDATION RESULTS
OUR SOLUTION OUTPERFORMS CURRENT CLINICAL SERVICES
Nightingale PCP Project Consortium
Final report conclusion:
Results from large patient group remote screening clinical study
“The system was able to accurately detect patient deterioration, in many cases several hours before any clinical action was undertaken. In the case of atrial fibrillation, known to be a precursor of severe complications after high-risk surgery, this was regularly missed clinically by nurses manually taking a pulse“
Meet the Team
The team who created and certified the first wearable patient monitor and the first remote real-time patient observation centre with awards and recognition all over the world