Little hearts at home

The future of Remote Patient Monitoring

Healthcare globally is looking to digitisation to help tackle quadruple priorities: improving patient experience, improving overall population health, reducing costs, and improving the experience for health workers. Progress is inevitably restricted by limitations in resources and funding.

Alder Hey Innovation have developed a clinically validated paediatric RPM (remote patient monitoring) platform, Little Hearts at Home®™ (LHAH). The system provides babies born with severe heart defects, such as single ventricle anatomy, with cross-organisational RPM, connecting patient, parents, community care providers, critical care teams, and clinical staff. Patients and their families would expect to spend the first 6-9 months of their life in hospital, undergoing surgeries and tests.