Remote Monitoring

Remote Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring is an essential tool in determining both the progress and needs of patients. Post-COVID and aligned with the NHS Long Term Plan, remote monitoring is increasingly important in toolkit of clinicals needing to respond to and prioritise patients based upon need.

Patient Friendly

Intuitive patient app giving power & flexibility

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Includes Capturing Symptoms and  Outcomes, Appointment Booking,
Messaging and Multimedia Consultations

Remote Monitoring Dashboards


With Ortus by collecting regular patient data, both vital measures and patient reported symptoms, clinicians have greater insights into a patient's current situation and the direction of travel of their condition. This data, combined with smart processing tools, can be used both to identify deteriorating patients, and enable clinicians to respond by identifying those at risk of future adverse events.


Remote Management has been shown to significantly reduce hospital stays and rates of readmission. More specifically, use of the Ortus platform has been evaluated in clinical studies, demonstrating a 75% reduction in missed appointments, a 30% increase in clinical capacity, and a significant improvement in patient outcomes.


Ortus aligns monitoring for specific conditions, providing the appropriate patient information and guidance, which promotes self-management and boosts engagement with patients. Combining to improve the timeliness and accuracy of the data available by clinicians. Patients report the benefits of being better informed and receiving more appropriate, convenient and personalised care.


Clinical Numbers

Our platform has proven to increase metrics that matter.

Increase in Patients seen in Clinics
Patients moved to Optimal Medication
Reductions in do not Attend Appointments
Post-operative Discharge Lead Time
First Outpatient Appointment Lead Time


Proud to work with our partners

Honoured to work with pioneering and innovative partner organisations

Established in 2012, it is one of the largest NHS trusts in England running 5 hospitals in London
DigitalHealth.London connects NHS staff, digital health companies and academics

What they say

All the outcomes that we routinely record after [treatment] are very clinically-based. This gives us an opportunity to look at some metrics that are probably more important to patients: their quality of life, their symptoms, their observations, their medication. That’s all very easy to capture via the app [and that gives us the] potential for further research.

Dr Dan Jones, Consultant Cardiologist, Barts Heart Centre



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Ortus I-Health

The future of Health care for clinicians and patients

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