Individuals and Families

Individuals and Families

  1. Are you struggling with your health or wellbeing and wish to find a way to improve or maintain your quality of life as you age?
  2. Do you have a loved one who wants to remain at home and independent, but you are worried about their health and safety?
  3. Are you a family caregiver who is struggling with balancing caring for yourself with caring for your loved one?

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Professional Care Givers use Home Care Technology

Professional Caregivers

  1. Would you like to learn how using telehealth for vital signs monitoring can improve transitional care and reduce readmissions?
  2. Are you interested in finding a more efficient and cost effective way to better manage patients with chronic disease?
  3. Did you know remote patient monitoring can increase the demand for your services without increasing the need for more staff?

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Health Care Providers use Home Care Technology

Healthcare Providers

  1. Do you have patients who insist on remaining in their home to age in place, but you are concerned for their healthcare and safety?
  2. Would you like to find a way to improve the management of patients with chronic diseases without imposing a greater load on your staff?
  3. Are you interested in learning how remote monitoring can improve compliance and self-management for patients with a chronic disease?

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Facilities are perfect for Home Care Technology

Senior Living Communities

  1. Would you like to learn how innovative technology can attract new residents and reduce turnover?
  2. Would you like to find a way to reduce the number of residents who feel lonely, bored or isolated?
  3. Did you know you can view wellness indicators such as sleep quality, activity level and bathroom visits for your residents by simply logging into a website?

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Welcome to Lifestyle Health Systems

At Lifestyle Health Systems we are committed to helping those coping with the challenges of aging, chronic disease or disability improve their quality of life, quality of care and overall well being. We understand the importance of being able to maintain an independent and healthy lifestyle, remain in control, and have peace of mind.

Our technology-based products can help you stay healthy, connected and engaged, so you can improve and extend your quality of life as you age. Our products also help aging loved ones stay independent longer without compromising their wellness or safety, providing everyone with peace of mind.

LEARN how our health and wellness products can help you and your family:

  • Stay connected and engaged
  • Reduce isolation and loneliness
  • Increase safety and security
  • Improve self-care
  • Track progress after surgery or rehab
  • Manage chronic disease
  • Reduce readmissions
  • Monitor daily activity and movement
  • Relieve the burden on caregivers
  • Achieve peace of mind

News & Events

  • Which Activity Monitor and Fitness Tracker Do You Use? Here is a great chart from Wellocracy comparing popular fitness and activity devices that can track and monitor your movements. Features include tracking the steps you take, the calories you burn or even the quality of your sleep.  Use this to improve your health and the quality of your life.  Lifestyle Health Systems carries every fitness and ...
  • 2013 Smartwatch Comparison Guide Take a few moments to read Gizmag's comparison guide for smartwatches before you buy that gift.  The magazine recently published reviews of five of the top smartwatches on the market today, comparing their features and specs. The article will help you decide if it is worth buying a smartwatch this holiday season or if you should wait ...
  • A New Tool for Identifying Fall Risk in the Home One in three older adults falls at least once in any given year, and almost one-half of those who have experienced a fall will fall again within a year.  When older adults fall, 20% to 30% of them sustain injuries such as lacerations, hip fractures, or traumatic brain injuries, some falls even result in death.  ...
  • High Tech Aging Meet Alma, an 83-year-old woman whose journey took her from home to hospital, to rehabilitation and back to home after suffering a stroke – all assisted by technology.  At home, Alma is supported by telehealth, sensor monitoring and a PERS device.  According to Alma, ““All this technology made the impossible possible. Now I’m not afraid ...
  • Healing in Place – Using Technology to Reduce the Risk of Readmissions GrandCare Systems is a stand-out leader in digital remote monitoring & telehealth technology, and one of the companies that will make up the projected 2014 $9.3 billion dollar industry of remote monitoring.   GrandCare technology can provide practical and continuous support, along with care coordination and caregiving tools to help avoid many hospital readmissions. GrandCare ...
  • Lost and Found – With the Help of Technology Experts estimate that 60 percent of people with Alzheimer s disease will wander at some point during the progression of the brain disorder and half of those will become lost or separated from a loved one. According to a recent Alzheimer s Foundation of America (AFA) report, most people with Alzheimer s disease who wander ...
  • National Safety Month: Preventing Falls with Proper Foot Covering According to the Mayo Clinic Health Letter, proper foot covering can reduce the likelihood of older adults falling.   Older adults who wear athletic shoes around the house are much less likely to fall than those who go barefoot, wear socks alone or wear slippers. Types of foot covering to avoid Outside of the home, older adults ...
  • Examining the Value of Remote Health Monitoring with MedApps MedApps Remote Health Monitoring products and services are designed to effectively connect patients with their care providers and electronic medical records (EMRs) by providing a convenient, highly adoptable and affordable remote monitoring platform collecting, transmitting and managing timely, accurate health data anywhere.   To read more about The MedApps System click here,  MedApps ROI and ...
  • An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure A recent article in The New York Times reports that death rates among people 18 and older with diabetes have declined substantially in recent years, according to a survey conducted by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health.   It goes on to say the study (published in the ...
  • The Risk of Poor Discharge Planning As a follow-up to our blog on The Role of Telehealth in Care Transitions, we are sharing a blog about discharge planning that was written by Lindsay Brennan, Executive Director of Life Care Directions.    The article,  Hospital Discharge Planning Requires Leadership, reiterates how critical it is to plan, and plan well, transitions from the ...

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