Telemonitoring involves remotely monitoring patients who are not at the same location as the health care provider.

A patient has a number of monitoring devices at home, the results of these devices will be sent via telephone to the health care provider.

It is a convenient way for patients to avoid travel and to perform some of the more basic work of healthcare for themselves



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Minister O’Neill visits Telemonitoring NI Centre

Health Minister Michelle O’Neill has today visited the Telemonitoring NI Centre in Holywood to learn more about how technology is helping people in managing their health and care needs in their own homes.

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November 15, 2016  |   Share:

New case study: Reducing maternal obesity using telemonitoring

Maternal obesity can be extremely harmful to the health of mothers and babies, download this case study to see how telemonitoring can be used to help.

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October 24, 2016  |   Share: