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Smart Healthcare

Our solution includes a patient room automation module that provides connectivity to the various devices in the room and integrates it with the hospital IT system. It also features a voice activated control system that allows the patient to operate room lighting, Air conditioner and blinds.



Incorporating RPM in chronic disease management can significantly improve an individual’s quality of life. It allows patients to maintain independence, prevent complications, and minimize personal costs. RPM facilitates these 8oals by delivering care right to the home. ln addition, patients and their family members feel comfort knowing that they are being monitored and will be supported if a problem arises. This is particularly important when patients are managing complex self-care processes such as home hemodialysis. Key features of RPM, like remote monitoring and trend analysis of physiological parameters, enable early detection of deterioration; thereby, reducing number of emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and duration of hospital stays. The need for wireless mobility in healthcare facilitates the adoption of RPM both in community and institutional settings. The time saved as a result of RPM implementation increases efficiency, and allows healthcare providers to allocate more time to remotely educate and communicate with patients.

A Remote Patient Monitoring Solution comprises of :

1. RPM devices

2. Cloud Services Backend

3. Notifications & Alerts System

4. Integration with Emergency Services… Para-Medics etc.

5. Integration with Healthcare Provider networks

6. Data Science & Decision Sciences algorithms

7. Healthcare Provider Side Portal & Mobile Apps

8. Healthcare Provider Side RPM Command & Control Center

The RPM devices part of the solution collects a wide range of health data from the point of care, such as vital signs, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, blood oxygen levels, heart rate, and electrocardiograms. Examples of such devices are – blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter, and glucometer etc.

MISHI doesn’t currently make or intend to make such devices which require specialized healthcare knowledge and regulatory clearance. We intend to use and integrate with ones available off the shelf or made to order.


Elderly and disabled people need extra care at their home, To provide such care we need to go a step beyond the Smart Home. Refer to our Smart Home Solutions whitepaper for those details

Certain elements of Smart Home are necessary for Telecare to be effective, Such a Smart Home needs to have the following features in place before telecare solutions can be implemented.

1. Ventilation Control

2. Light Control

3. Motion Detectors

4. Touch Screen Front End Controller

5. Irrigation Control

6. Thermostat

7. Surveillance Cameras

8. Access Control

9. Alarm

10. External Light Control

11. Window Shading Control

12. Gate & Garage Door Control

13. Window Opening and Closing Control

14. Smoke Detectors, etc.

The supporting components of MISHI multi-hub and other cloud etc. components from the Smart Home Solution are reused and we won’t be going over them again.

1. Smoke & Fire Detector

2. PIR Motion Detector (could be the same as earlier)

3. Fall detector

4. Flood Detector

5. Sounder Beacon

6. Carbon Monoxide Detector

7. Medication Reminder/Dispenser

8. Bogus Caller Button

9. Video Door Entry

10. Property Exit Sensor

11. Carer notification & alerts (SMS etc.)

12. Temperature Extremes Sensor

13. Amie+ 8 Gem+ Personal Triggers

14. Gas Detector

15. Pressure Mats

16. Pillow Alert

17. Bed & Chair (spasm, distress, occupancy sensors etc.)

18. Environmental Control Solutions

19. Enuresis Sensor

20. Epilepsy Sensor

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