A full-service remote health monitoring platform, allows healthcare to be transitioned from the hospital to the home.
About Current Health
Current Health’s leading full-service remote health monitoring platform, allows healthcare to be transitioned from the hospital to the home. One key goal set out in the NHS Long Term Plan is to boost out-of-hospital care in order to maximise the number of patients who can be treated without being admitted to hospital. It outlines digital technology as a key enabler of this transformation.
As organisations seek to shift more healthcare out of the hospital and into the community, maintaining visibility of patient’s health can become challenging. Current Health’s platform
captures an unprecedented level of ICU-grade data from the patient at home, including continuous vital signs and symptoms.
Current Health’s state of the art machine learning identifies patients at-risk of deterioration, allowing community healthcare teams to intervene proactively. As a result, patients can stay healthier and safer at home, with a lower cost of healthcare delivery.
Kickstarted by SBRI Healthcare in 2015, Current Health has grown from 10 to 65 employees and in 2019 closed a £9 million series A round led by MMC Ventures with participation from Par Equity, Scottish Enterprise’s Scottish Investment Bank, and life insurer and asset manager Legal & General. This investment has permitted Current Health to scale its operations significantly to support its growing customer base which currently consists of 16 NHS Trusts as well as several US health systems and pharmaceutical companies. With the Current Health platform, customers have been able to shorten hospital stays, reduce hospital readmission rates, improve patient satisfaction and deliver better patient outcomes.
- FDA approved and CE marked
- 10,000 patients reached through sales across UK & USA
- In use in 16 NHS sites
- Exporting in USA
- £16 million private funding leveraged
- 65+ jobs created
- COVID-19: Current Health has been deployed to care homes across North West London where it has successfully prevented 87% of hospitalisations