Healthsense is now a part of GreatCall
  • Sarika Aggarwal.bmp
    Helping members improve health and decrease claims costs

    Fallon is committed to ensuring that the frailest of our elder population can continue to live safely and independently in their homes. Healthsense remote monitoring helps us do just that.

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  • Mark-Thomas
    Providing better care for Trails of Orono

    Our service revenue has increased because we’re able to see what’s going on and what residents need.

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  • kris-neff
    Keeping People In Their Homes and Out of the Hospital

    With Healthsense, we have had fewer readmissions to the hospital.


  • Michael-Klatt
    Helping Kingsway residents stay – independently – in their homes longer

    We cut our resident turnover rate to 50% of the national average.

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  • arcadia
    Helping Arcadia clients live an empowered lifestyle

    Our goal is to keep people out of the hospital and in their homes. And we can do that with remote monitoring technology.

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  • Kyle-Nordine
    Increasing service revenue by providing the necessary care

    The biggest surprise is that we’ve been able to keep folks in a less regulated housing option for extended periods of time – between 6 to 12 months longer on average.

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  • I utilize the Healthsense remote monitoring platform for appropriate pro-active care planning on behalf of my residents

    For example, I used the Healthsense trending report to best determine when a memory care resident needs to use the toilet by how restless he/she is at certain times. I then care plan toileting interventions accordingly. By careful observation and the assistance of the Healthsense system, I am able to provide the highest quality and most efficient care possible to my residents.


  • Thanks to my daily Healthsense reports, I was prompted that one of my home health clients had experienced an unusually restless night of sleep.

    Concerned, I decided to pay her a visit. After some initial prodding, she began to cry as she told of her frightening hallucinations. This was not normal behavior and I knew it was potentially a serious problem. During our conversations, she told me that her physician had given her samples of a new medication a couple of days earlier. I confirmed that the drug could cause hallucinations in some people. A call to her doctor and the problem was solved. She was back to her normal self within a couple of days.


  • Without Healthsense, Mrs. R.’s pain might have gone untreated until it was out of control – possibly requiring hospitalization.

    Through Healthsense, I saw that Mrs. R. was extremely restless during the night at our Independent Living community. When I visited her the next day, she told me she thought she was sleeping okay, ‘but it felt like my bones were on fire.’ After assessing her situation and discussing it with her daughter, it seemed that Mrs. R. might need a better program for pain management. With her doctor’s direction, a new program was put in place. By the next evening, her nighttime discomfort and restlessness were minimal.


  • It is often hard for family members to accept the fact that their loved ones may be declining and possibly need a higher level of care.

    I had a family who lived out of the state in that situation, and we had to have that difficult conversation. Fortunately, their loved one was part of the Healthsense monitoring program in Assisted Living. When we talked I was able to actually show the family the reports, which indicated a decline as compared to the normal living patterns, and what additional support was needed. The system not only enables the nurses to be more proactive but it is also a wonderful tool for the entire team.”


  • I began to notice on the reports from Healthsense that a resident who resided in our Independent Living community, was going into the bathroom more frequently than normal, and not sharing any information with the nursing staff.

    Becoming concerned from the reports, I went to talk with him only to find him in distress in the bathroom. After a quick assessment I sent him to the hospital for evaluation. They discovered that he had a gastrointestinal bleed. The doctors stated that had we not intervened there would have been serious complications.


  • I’ve been working as a Memory Care home health aide in the same community for seven years. During that time I’ve learned a lot about my residents but sometimes I feel like a detective trying to figure out what is going on with them.

    But now that we have Healthsense, the charge nurse is able to look at reports and tell me things like how everyone is sleeping and if I need to make sure someone takes a nap. I can help them get the sleep they need so they won’t become confused or maybe even fall because of being tired.


  • We had a wonderful resident who was at the end of her life in our Memory Care neighborhood. She was unable to communicate and spent her days in bed.

    Hospice was serving the resident and her family with great care and compassion, and had been managing her pain. While analyzing her Healthsense sleep patterns report, I saw that she had become very restless, which could be a sign of increased pain. I spoke with Hospice about it but they felt her pain management was appropriate and no further action required. After my insistence, they came to the community and looked at the reports with me. They then agreed that a pain patch should be applied. That very night she had a peaceful night of sleep again.


  • Often it is a challenge to begin the day without being splintered by various issues and needs. The Healthsense reports have become such an important part of my day that I don’t know what I would do without them.

    I can easily pull up the dashboard page and see a great summary of what is going on with each resident in a matter of minutes. Then I “triage” that information and determine which residents are in need of the most immediate attention or who may need care planning adjustments, etc. It has also become a great tool to bring members of our direct care team together. I am seeing them becoming better communicators with one another and more proactive in their approach with the residents.