Long-Term Care

Earlier Intervention for Better Outcomes in Long-Term Care

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Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring for Long-Term Care

What Could Earlier Intervention Mean for You?


Studies show that changes in vital signs like heart and respiratory rate can help predict serious health events 6-8 hours before they occur.1 Continuous monitoring can help — but traditional approaches are often hindered by low resident compliance and overburdened clinical staff. There’s a better way. Explore how radar-based monitoring of vital signs, motion and presence can address common long-term care challenges to help you improve resident care, staff satisfaction and your bottom line.

Improve Outcomes

Reduce ED transfers, decrease hospital readmissions and improve length of stay with early detection of deterioration.

Add Clinical Support with RPM Reimbursement

Tap into the incremental support your residents need with Medicare reimbursements for remote physiological monitoring.

Reduce Staff Burden

Reduce work pressures so staff can focus on what they value most — direct resident care.

Improve Clinical Outcomes

Detect Deterioration Earlier — Autonomously

Did you know 70-80% of patients have elevated or depressed vital scores six hours before an event?1 Radar-based, continuous monitoring can capture thousands of measurements each day, helping you:

  • Recognize what is normal for each resident
  • Identify potentially significant deviations
  • Intervene early to support better outcomes
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Five Days Earlier

In a recent pilot, contact-free, continuous monitoring predicted deterioration five days before hospitalization.

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Add Clinical Support with RPM Reimbursement

Offer Incremental Clinical Support with Reimbursable Remote Physiological Monitoring

85-90% of residents in skilled nursing facilities may have a chronic condition qualifying for Medicare remote physiological monitoring (RPM) reimbursement.2,3 By working with RPM providers, many facilities can offer continuous vital signs monitoring for little or no cost.

Reduce Staff Burden

Reduce Clinical Strain and Burnout

According to the American Health Care Association, nursing homes lost 210K jobs throughout the Covid-19 pandemic — more than a 13% workforce reduction.4 With staffing shortages and burnout running rampant, your clinicians need support. Reduce work pressures so your staff can focus their efforts where they value it most — providing direct resident care.

  • Reduce administrative burden and turnover by taking time-consuming vitals checks and charting off their plates
  • Improve satisfaction by giving them more time to focus on direct resident care
  • Provide peace of mind with consistent and reliable data they can trust
Reclaim Up To 17% of Your Workday

With automated vital signs monitoring, frontline staff can spend less time on administrative tasks — and more time on direct resident care.5

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Meet the Newest Member of Your Care Team

The XK300 uses radar monitoring to track heart rate, respiratory rate, motion and presence. In fact, it is the first commercially available medical device cleared by the FDA to do so. Our radar can sense through blankets, clothing, furniture and even drywall to detect micro vibrations from the body — safely. Discover how it can make a difference for your residents and staff.

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Let’s Talk About You

Ready to see the impact autonomous, contact-free, continuous monitoring could have on your organization? Let’s get started.

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1Padilla RM, Mayo AM. “Clinical deterioration: A concept analysis.” J Clin Nurs. 2018 Apr;27(7- 8),1360-1368. doi: 10.1111/jocn.14238. Epub 2018 Feb 15. PMID:29266536.


3FastStats – Nursing Home Care (cdc.gov)


5Carpedia International Corp (2021). Projected Pilot Outcomes Report commissioned by Xandar Kardian.