Remote Patient Monitoring
Remote patient monitoring involves:
Remote collection of data such as in a home setting without supervision
Digital transmission of the data to a researcher or health care provider in a different location
Evaluation of the data
Communication of data-driven insights and interventions to patients
Patient databases provide:
Essential information for tracking and studying specific diseases. Our first database is a Parkinson’s Disease Database in Newfoundland and Labrador.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in Newfoundland and Labrador, and you would like to be in our database, please click below.
We deliver remote patient monitoring (RPM) services using cutting edge digital technology.
PRIMS (Parkinsons Remote Interactive Monitoring System) is our flagship RPM technology. In addition, we work with collaborators to perform research on non-pharmacological treatments which may be of significant benefit in the fight against neurological disease.