Using the power of AI and advanced sensor technology moving healthcare into peoples homes and lives
OPOS Fullpower delivers 24/7 functional monitoring of life activities using IoT sensors in wearables, mobile devices and furniture in the home including beds, chairs, couches, floor mats and rugs. AI and machine learning are used to provide a patient’s care team an insight into the quality of life and the effectiveness of treatment plans. The clinical encounter is transformed from a retrospective narrative to an informed treatment planning to maximize a patient’s function. It increases patient safety and reduces prescriber liability by ensuring compliance with CDC, Federal, State and Medical Board guidelines.
Achieve regulatory adherence for opioid prescribers, thus reducing provider liability and increasing patient safety. Features include:
Real-time monitoring of Chronic Opioid Therapy patient populations. Identifying “at risk” patients for provider notification.
Identifying patients at risk of overdose, death and negative patient health and safety circumstances.
Identifying opportunities for provider and prescriber training and education.
Receive a full patient risk assessment and compliance report for each of you patients receiving Chronic Opioid Therapy to support your clinical decisions at the time of prescribing.
Reports include functional measures, standardized validated instruments, prescription histories, pharmacy histories, MEDD factor calculations, all presented in the context of applicable opioid prescribing guidelines.
The OPOS Fullpower mobile app is the patients' advocate to support patient safety in Chronic Opioid Therapy treatment.
Delivering education about chronic pain, non-pharmacological pain management techniques, informed consent, medication dangers combined with data collection tools, the app enables the patient to provide a clear picture of the benefits or complications with medication therapies.
Organizations can also include an optional telemedicine interface linking patients to OPOS case managers or other organizational care resources.