Tailored digital health and related technology to support healthcare, aged care, independent living and community organisations

mCareWatch™ provides large-scale tailored digital health and related products and services to meet a wide range of organisational needs.

Through our adaptive ConnectiveCARE platform, we can provide organisational-scale activity and biometric monitoring, personal GPS tracking and geo-fencing, mobile personal alarm (mPERS), population health measuring and reporting and more. Our lone worker duress and man down solutions are particularly suited to healthcare and care service workers and others whose personal safety and security is at risk.

Our organisational offerings help mCareWatch move closer to achieving our vision of using human-centred technology to support the freedom, dignity and independence of society’s more vulnerable members, including the elderly, those with disabilities and the people who care for them.

Products & services

The mCareWatch ConnectiveCARE platform is flexible, scalable and can be configured to perform a wide range of functions with a wide range of systems and devices. We work with different organisations to create solutions that suit their needs. The following is a sample of our popular options.

Organisational-scale monitoring and tracking through ConnectiveCARE applications

Operators of care facilities ranging from high dependency disability and aged-care through to independent living communities for older Australians can support the independence and wellbeing of residents via the ConnectiveCARE platform and associated devices. You can link all or part of the facility and its members with ConnectiveCARE; and choose different levels of monitoring and support depending on your needs and those of your clients and residents.

Lone worker duress and man-down solutions

You can also safeguard the security and wellbeing of healthcare and other facility staff by linking the ConnectiveCARE platform with a compatible device, such as the SMW16 ‘Soteria’ GPS Tracker watch, mobile phone and personal emergency alarm.

Population health monitoring, measuring and reporting

The ConnectiveCARE platform can also be used to gather significant population health data to support large scale research and commercial initiatives.

Case Studies

We currently have large Health Insurance organisations, Aged Care providers, Monitoring vendors and Community Care providers using our SOS Mobile Watch device and ConnectiveCARE software platform.

St Vincent de Paul Society NSW

St Vincent de Paul Society NSW

“Our inner-city Aged Care facility is home to three residents, proud wearers of the mCareWatch SOS Mobile Watches. Because of these wonderful devices, so much more than a mere watch, they can get about town again. They can meet friends, go to church or visit the pub, and all the while know we can find them and guide them home. Lost, confused, frightened? No more! They now feel free AND safe! It’s no exaggeration to say that their quality of life has improved dramatically, thanks to their SOS Mobile Watch.” – Ross Conlan, Director of Nursing/Manager (Frederic House)

 Anglican Retirement Villages (ARV)

“Anglican Retirement Villages (ARV) are a Christian non-for-profit organisation. AVR believes every senior should have an opportunity to access a place to call home in a caring community. ARV have more than 6000 people residing in one of their 22 villages, with carers available to help them at home with everyday activities or health care. AVR’s ‘Housing Assistance’ program has helped many seniors access low-cost rental housing at an affordable price. It is an especially crucial program for older people who are at risk of homelessness. Anglican Retirement Villages is excited to be involved in providing this ground-breaking new technology. We are preparing to offer the watches to residents of some of our independent living villages, to help improve their independence and autonomy. We feel that the technology adds a level of comfort and security for those people worried about a partner who may wander or have periods of forgetfulness. We are looking forward to trying this technology and exploring how else it might improve the lives of older Australians. ” – Allan Waters, GM,  Operations South, Anglican Retirement Villages.

Bankstown City Aged Care

“Bankstown City Aged Care purchased 41 SOS Mobile Watches for residents of Donington Gardens. The watches are a new concept in personal security that delivers security, independence to the wearer and peace of mind to the people who care about our residents – their children, family and friends. Each watch is simple to use with a red SOS button that is pressed for an emergency. The real brilliance of the product is experienced by the families of the residents when they download the mobile app. This allows them to check in with mum or dad (Dick Tracey style), whenever they feel concerned or just to keep in touch. Bankstown City Aged Care are very pleased that our residents can experience state of the art technology that will deliver a safe and more independent lifestyle in or out of the village.” – Terry Madden, CEO Bankstown City Aged Care

 Christian Homes Tasmania, Inc.

“I am passionate about this product and have also learned that organisations and individuals can be struggling without the implementation of these technologies. As a result of the use of the SOS Mobile Watch from mCareWatch we have been able to open our 20-bed Dementia Unit. We have delivered a presentation on this, and had excellent feedback and lots of interest. ” – Marc Van Impe, Facility Manager, Christian Homes Tasmania, Inc.

To talk to us about utilising mCareWatch solutions in your organisation, contact us now

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