Remote Health

Combining Personal Emergency Reponse (PERS), Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), and Telehealth


Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)

PERS (Personal Emergency Response Systems)

PERS has gained considerable traction in healthcare, as it provides capabilities to alert needed resources of crisis situations such as falls and other medical alerts. Rather than just a cord or other mechanical tool, PERS now provides wearable capabilities that can be available anywhere and everywhere with location services that further allow for real-time positioning, and supports a voice-based communication platform for interactive communications.

RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring)

RPM provides consistent feedback on health-related vital and other information. Leveraging medically approved devices, individuals are able to provide readings throughout the day that can assist in managing conditions and providing a necessary statistical profile. But Lifemesh goes one step further, by including the ability to also incorporate a wearable device such as a smartwatch or Fitbit device, which can provide continuous data that can also ascertain activity levels, sleep, and other critical data used for a much wider view of the individual. And, as described above, RPM supports a voice-based platform for interactive dialogues.


Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)




Telehealth provides remote doctor visit capabilities through video chat sessions and extends the platform further through the real-time communication platform. When combined with PERS, RPM, and SocialMesh, this video platform provides features well beyond the current Telehealth abilities in the market today.


The following features are available through Remote Health

  • Emergency Response capabilities – voice and push activated capabilities for emergency response.
  • Vitals tracking and alerts – periodic and continuous (blood-pressure, pulse oximeter, blood glucose, spirometer, weight scale, activity, sleep, and more.)
  • Video conference sessions – doctor visits, emergency response, and internal system video capabilities, including family and friend capabilities.
  • Voice-based schedule reminders – in facilities or home, voice-based capabilities serve as reminders for alerts, reminders, appointments, activities, menus, and more.
  • Alerts and Workflows– managed alerts and workflows can be set based on activities and vitals. This feature provides the ability to set upper and lower limit thresholds, or activity-based triggers that execute automated processes to alert the individual or healthcare provider of targeted intervention. Examples include missed medications, vital readings above or below prescribed limits, upcoming scheduled appointments, activity encouragement, and more.
  • Surveys – tied to the alerts and workflow capabilities, surveys can be created to capture data real-time to ensure compliance and gather additional data. Based on voice response, the surveys can be triggered or scheduled, and allow for real-time communication with the individual to capture responses related to health and medical information, emergency response, or to simply gather further information to be used in the individual profile.




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