What is AlloHome?

AlloHome™ is a remote patient monitoring (RPM) solution designed to drive patient engagement and timely interventions for patients pre- and post-transplant.

With AlloHome, patients receive Bluetooth-enabled devices to capture vital sign readings in their own homes. These devices automatically pair to deliver real-time data to trained professionals who monitor and track readings.

Regular monitoring of critical patient data improves continuity of care, enhances telehealth visits, and enables chronic care management of patients along the transplant journey.

AlloHome has the potential to reduce readmission rates after transplant surgery and improve short- and long-term outcomes for transplant patients.

AlloHome solution and available devices

Remote patient monitoring

Key features:

  • Secure, web-based solution
  • No Wi-Fi or cellular data service required for patients
  • Patients prompted via text/voice/email for missing data
  • Covered by Medicare, most Medicaid and private payers
  • EMR integration available

Monitoring service benefits

  • Nurse specialists monitor, analyze, and communicate with patients to drive adherence to personalized care plans
  • Customizable patient care and escalation plans based on your program’s needs
  • Regular trend reports and automatic tracking of time-per-patient makes payer submissions easy
  • Regular at-home vitals collection enhances telehealth visits and enables more comprehensive chronic care management

How it works

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1: Select patients to be monitored
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2: Develop patient-specific care plans
3: Patients receive devices and training
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4: AlloHome monitors and tracks your patients
5: AlloHome provides you regular trend and billing reports

Who would benefit from AlloHome remote patient monitoring?

  • Any patient you are considering for transplantation including patients with heart failure, end-stage renal disease, kidney failure, interstitial lung disease, COPD, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, liver failure
  • Patients who are on transplant waitlists
  • Patients who have had a liver, heart, kidney, lung, or cellular transplant
  • Any patient who utilizes telehealth services