Connecting Patients and Care Providers with Messaging

LifeStream v5.7 and Genesis Touch v3.9 have been deployed.

We know it’s more important than ever to stay in touch, and the latest updates help care providers stay in touch with their remotely monitored patients. We’ve updated LifeStream with text messaging and video scheduling features. We’ve also introducing Single Sign-On customization, to help relieve the burden of managing individual user accounts.

Messaging

  • Stay in touch with your patients with customized texts. Avoid missed Video Visits with schedule confirmations. Allow patients to message LifeStream users via a touchscreen messages library.
  • Send text messages to patients, view receipt and acknowledgement in LifeStream.
  • Propose a scheduled Video Visit and obtain schedule confirmation from patients.
  • Have the monitor wake up prior to a scheduled visit for a one touch Video Visit.
  • Be seen: The monitor displays full screen messages until they are acknowledged.
  • Receive and acknowledge standardized messages in LifeStream sent from the monitor.

Single Sign-On

Reduce the complexity of user access and management, reduce password confusion and use your existing IT system to access LifeStream. Custom Single Sign-On integrations are now available.

Report ROI, Improve Data Input

Report hospitalizations for 30/60/90-day admission thresholds, and streamline data entry with a new data dashboard for all care providers to use.

Want to Learn More?

We continue to release new features and updates, and these are just a few of the latest features introduced in LifeStream v5.7 and Genesis Touch v3.8, available immediately for customers already using our LifeStream platform.

If you want to see more, we encourage you to learn more about our LifeStream Remote Patient Monitoring Platform and to get in touch to see a virtual demo of our entire platform.

Local Seniors Review New Genesis Touch User Interface for Remote Health Monitoring

Resideo Life Care Solutions was pleased to receive product feedback from seniors, aged 65-92 years old, who stopped by our offices to help test a new user interface on our touchscreen remote patient monitor.

Participants graciously took time out of their day to to experience remote patient monitoring for the first time, while providing honest opinions while interacting with every menu and device.

Overall, all participants noted the design of the Genesis Touch user interface looked extremely or very appealing. After taking a sample measurement, all participants noted they’d be very comfortable using the remote patient monitoring system as it was shown to them. All participants noted clear text, graphics, buttons, clear vocal commands, or clearly designed menus when interacting with the systems.

Testing also revealed a level of comfort with using connected mobile devices, with all participants noting easy access to Wi-Fi, and ownership of a smart mobile phone.

We’ll be releasing quotes and highlights from participants on Linked In, and we invite you to follow us for more information to see highlights from the event.

This is how Resideo Life Care Solutions designs — with a 360-degree view. Our Agile development process and mindset ensures multiple perspectives are built into our solution. We incorporate feedback from seniors about how they interact with the product and how the product fits into their home. Clinicians regularly provide feedback about workflows and enhancements. Our engineers are keeping tabs on the latest technology developments and changes. The result: a product that works for everyone.