snap40 uses automated risk analysis and continuous wearable vital signs monitoring to allow health services to easily and quickly identify high and low risk patients, both in the hospital and at home.
snap40's solution will be launched in early 2017.
We are keen to engage with healthcare providers, clinicians, nurses or patients with an interest in our solution.
Automatic notifications of high risk patients, allows earlier, preventative action to be taken - reducing length of hospital stay and improving patient outcomes
Low risk patients can be discharged from hospital earlier or admission can be prevented, with the patient instead monitored in their own home by snap40’s solution – reducing hospitalisations
Our wearable device monitors seven different vital signs including blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturations, allowing complete patient mobility and freedom to move throughout the hospital and at home – improving patient recovery time and wellbeing
Healthcare staff can be freed up from taking manual observations, instead having the time to deliver patient care – providing staff time to think and care