More than 4000 new care home residents were added to Whzan telehealth last year. NHS data shows that
a Whzan multi-patient system total payback is often achieved in the first few weeks of use. Not surprisingly, the system
is rapidly being adopted across the UK. Significant reductions are achieved across the board, including GP visits, 999 calls, A&E,
emergency admissions and non-elective excess bed days. Patient's lives are of course considerably improved.
NEWS process and score calculation.
Full fluid balance.
Bapen's Universal Screening Tool 
It's not just about NHS savings, the reduction in emergency events frees resources and improves lifestyle in the homes. Patient retention is also
improved. Care workers are empowered by the Whzan system as they can use the Whzan NEWS facility indicate the severity to medical professionals. The
National Early Warning Score (NEWS) is calculated in accordance with the Royal College of Physician's process.
Includes postural hypertension.
Includes picture history.
Interfacing with telecare devices.
The easy to use system will work all day on one charge. There are no limits or costs associated with the number of patients per system.
Patients are identified by name or picture, they are arranged in caseloads, to which clinical and care workers are allocated access permissions.
As well as the straightforward clinical measurements, there are a range of questionnaires and assessment tools including: NEWS, hydration tracking,
falls risk assessment, nutrition, pain, depression, falls logging, wound care with photo history, pressure sore prevention, sepsis...
‘The ‘Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool’ (‘MUST’) is reproduced here with the kind permission of BAPEN (British Association for Parental and Enteral Nutrition).
For further information on ‘MUST’ see bapen.org.uk.