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Digitally-enabled care is the new wave in Healthcare 


After COVID-19, policymakers are actively enforcing digital solutions to transfer more and more medical services to home care.

In the USA and Europe, reimbursements are already in place (and in progress in many other countries).

Do you want to stay ahead with the latest technologies in remote care? 


 Connect, Display and Transmit

Wearable sensor


The most sophisticated sensor on the market exceeds the functionality of traditional bedside monitors

  • Digital stethoscope 250 Hz

  • ECG – 1,3 or 12 Channels (250 Hz)

  • Hearth rate 30 – 250 bpm

  • Non-invasive Blood Pressure

  • SpO2 (oxygen saturation)

  • Respiratory rate 6 - 50 breaths/min

  • Body temperature - precision 0.05 ℃

  • Body position and activity




Clinical application 

The CPC12S solution is supportive both in hospital and home settings.

The core functionality of CPC12S is predicting and detecting physiological instability to prevent death and disability by wearing intelligent monitoring leading to safer care.


   For the home setting, the CPC12 solution is added value for post-surgery patients and patients sent home after emergency room visits for acute medical problems (who otherwise will be admitted for observation).

 CPC 12S may be used to monitor patients in three different situations:

1. To highlight and communicate information about high-risk patients, based on analysis  of both acute physiology primary vital signs and blood profile) and factors related to age, chronic disease, frailty, and functional status.

2. Allow early detection of physiological deterioration, which allows earlier treatment and improved outcomes.

In some situations, monitoring and rapid treatment will prevent readmission to the ICU. In others, necessary (re)admission to the ICU will not be delayed by late recognition of deterioration.

3. To provide assurance about patient status and continuing recovery  when discharged from higher levels of care in the hospital (e.g. from ICU or operating theatre recovery area to the ward; or, in some cases, from the emergency department to home).”

The Clinical Innovation  

Our solution does not consider the smart wearable devices and the A. I. algorithms as our main innovation. Their  development brought to the medical professional a tool, non-existent so far, through which   we managed to create and implement such types of remote medical services, which are currently impossible to be obtained from any other healthcare provider or competitor remotely and in real-time:

      1. The remote medical team regularly detects and initiates communication and response with patients and medical teams for life-threatening cardiac pathologies related to imminent stroke, heart attack, or sudden cardiac death, being able to catch episodes with a duration of 5 – 20 seconds of dangerous events.
      2. The remote medical team  manages cancer patients and multimorbidity patients iteratively adjusting therapy sometimes on daily bases, evaluating polypharmacy, communicating, when necessary, with the other stakeholders, and serving as the central “brain” for coordination of highly complex patient care, including  managing conditions which currently require hospitalization or office examinations and evaluations such as (but not limited to):

     Pulmonary thromboembolism, septic infections, exacerbation of chronic heart failure, all rhythm conduction disorders, unclear temperature conditions until the causes are clarified; all conditions associated with panic attacks and anxious depressive conditions; conditions after severe cerebrovascular conditions, COPD, respiratory failure; patients care after experienced episodes of myocarditis, pericarditis and endocarditis, cardiomyopathies, patients with proven infectious diseases with prescribed therapy; pregnant women with arterial hypertension, congenital rhythm disorders, congenital valvular defects and malformations, endocrine diseases; all patients with unknown causes of syncopal symptoms, all patients after interventional procedures and surgery of any type, all children after experiencing severe infections, and cardiac complaints.

Dr. Snezana Jovevska, City General Hospital, Skopje, Macedonia

"In our hospital, 71 patients were followed in these three months. One-third of them were in-hospital patients, and  24 /7 telemonitoring allowed us immediate and exact intervention. It was exciting that in online tracking, I had the chance to change the antihypertensive and antiarrhythmic therapy of the patients by tracking the effect of the modified treatment. The benefit from that was the exact and rapid achievement of an adequate pharmacotherapeutic effect and, ultimately,  the most essential -  satisfied patients. 

Dr. Snezana Jovevska, City General Hospital, Skopje, Macedonia


                                           We do not just throw some technology on the market   

    We are the only company offering an end-to-end solution allowing wide range of remote clinical services.

      Our sensor's unmatched variety of clinical data allows clinical evaluation of the patient's cardiac, pulmonary, autonomous nervous system and general physiological state.   

     At our founding core is a medical team with 30 + years of hospital experience and nine years of clinical practice in remote patient observation services.

    We go beyond the best technology; we provide professional support for the clinical implementation of remote services in the current healthcare organisation and bring immediate clinical and economic results.


    For all your patients after ICU care and visiting the emergency department.

     With us, you can 1. replace the offline manual five vital signs collection (twice per day) with an intelligent wearable connected solution that automatically collects up to 4000 data points per each of 19 vital parameters, making your patient care process safer.

      With us, you can 2. extend the clinical care to the patient's homes, thus reducing the patient's length of stay and converting patient home beds into hospital beds without the expense of brick and mortar.

        Only from us, you can get 3. a complete set of training and clinical protocols for the operation of a Virtual Ward, including the whole set-up and staff training.

   If you prefer fast-track implementation, we can provide you with our remote clinical service teams, the most experienced in the field of remote patient observation services on the market.


     With us, you can add additional revenue to your practice and improve the quality of care towards your patients by adding continuous high-resolution multiparameter patient examinations in patients' natural environments.

      With us, you can 1. Adjust and fine-tune the diagnosis, 2. evaluate and recalibrate the therapy in real-time, 3. evaluate and amend the patient clinical plan, perform online visits, etc.

      We can integrate other connected devices you would require for performing even more remote clinical services and keep them all in one place. 

       And in case you need it, you can get unlimited clinical assistance from our Virtual ward to analyse and provide actionable clinical alerts, insights and reports, saving you valuable time and increasing your clinical capacity. 

Better technical performance than medical-grade ICU monitors during volunteer movement.
Better Clinical performance compared with the current patient observation services performed in-hospital and at home 

​ Nightingale Phase 2 Study report 


“The results of phase 2 testing yielded several important observations and conclusions. First, an important observation was that ECG-derived heart rate (as used in patches by Checkpoint Cardio) is quite accurate. In fact, during volunteer movement (as requested at various time points in the protocol), the ECG waveform from the reference monitor was more distorted and the heart rate was less accurate than the ECG from the Nightingale prototypes (Checkpointcadio Ltd) - as a result of pull on the ECG electrodes.” 

“The Checkpoint Cardio Nightingale system was able to accurately track heart rate, ECG, respiratory rate and temperature, both in hospital and at home. Oxygen saturation and blood pressure availability and accuracy was dependent on the presence of a valid pulse plethysmogram (PPG) waveform derived from a sensor worn on the ear”.

“In several cases, the CPC system was able to detect deterioration events hours before the event was noted clinically. In case of new-onset atrial fibrillation (a high irregular heart rate), this was often missed by current routine nursing vital signs checks.” 



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