Your personal health service on site
On-site patient-centered healthcare service with digitally-enabled medical care.
Smart Care offers holistic healthcare for proactively shaping individual health and improving the quality of life of the population. Regionally independent and close to home, the approach is based on hybrid healthcare, combining familiar traditional care with flexible availability of medical providers in terms of time and personnel, as well as modern digital and tele-medical options. The SmartCare platform is your trusted personal health expert, available anytime, anywhere, regularly collecting health data, ensuring availability of medical expertise and documentation of health data.
Our Health Care Vision
Intensive care and cardiology
Smart Care Practices
Medical care for people with special needs
Medical care in the nursing home
Remote Patient Monitoring
Hybrid supply model
Transferring digital medical structures into patient-centered forms of care
We understand hybrid as a new whole composed of different supplies or processes. For example, the traditional outpatient office visit is predominantly characterized by personal contact between the MFA/nurse and the patient. This involves issuing (follow-up) prescriptions, referrals and orders, and making necessary recordings of ECG, heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, and so on. Everyday practice shows that personal doctor-patient contact is necessary in only about 50% of all treatments.
One first hybrid care approach from this is that everything remains the same, but the personal doctor-patient contact is now carried out via video consultation.
Growing medical and nursing care gap in Germany
Germany is aging with increasing medical and nursing needs. More and more chronically ill people are encountering less and less doctors.
Particularly in elderly care and in rural regions, the availability of primary care physicians and specialists on site is declining.
Due to the age structure and lack of new generations, more and more family doctor positions remain unfilled.
Traditional outpatient primary care is (in the future) no longer assured everywhere and requires new care solutions.