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MySense is a system utilising wearables and passive sensors in the home which enables 24-hour monitoring and a targeted response from healthcare teams across a selected group of vulnerable patients. Recording thousands of data points in each individual’s home, the MySense application learned the daily habits and key responses of every patient, enabling it to both monitor key clinical data and alert a network of health organisations, carers and families of any adverse events, enabling timely preventative action. Delivering a highly significant reduction in the burden on health professionals, hospitals and care homes in the post covid environment, the joint SCC and South Warwickshire Foundation Trust deployment achieved immediate results, including a 58% reduction in GP appointments, 53% reduction in 999 calls and a 43% reduction in unnecessary visits from place-based teams. The pilot, initiated in May 2020, opens the door to more effective deployment of specialist teams, ensuring patients that need services can access them when it counts. SCC is working across the NHS to create and deliver transformative IT solutions to enable better outcomes for patients through the provision of digital healthcare. Key to this strategy is helping NHS Trusts and associated stakeholders change their behaviours and help redesign care pathways. MySense is revolutionising the delivery of digital healthcare through sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) and helping bridge the gap between NHS Trusts and integrated care systems across the UK. A preventative rather than reactive care solution, MySense is providing valuable insight which helps patients remain independent and supported in their own home for longer, which in turn frees up hospital beds and reduces admissions to A&E.
Depends on deployment model and scale, can be in the region of £500 to £1000 per person year 1 – subsequent years roughly £350 per year