From pre-admission to post-discharge, our virtual ward tech solutions are designed to support you in supporting others. With NHS experts to help implementation and integrations with Access Rio, EMIS, SystmOne and others, we help enable safe, speedy intervention and care to those who need it.
to ease Winter Pressures
LLR ICS and Mid & South Essex ICS saving £millions using Whzan Virtual Wards
THree steps to get your whzan virtual ward up and running in just one week
Easy to rent or buy
We have a conversation to determine your exact needs and number of Blue Boxes.
You can choose to rent the equipment as a managed service.
No capex required.
Immediate delivery & training
The equipment is immediately dispatched to you from
We will train your team on how to use the equipment and can also train the patient directly if preferred.
\We have experienced NHS support staff within Whzan to help you at any stage.
Discharge & reassigment
Once the patient is discharged from your virtual ward, typically after 1-2 weeks, we come and collect, clean and sanitise the equipment.
We then deliver back to your hub or to the next patient on your virtual ward.
This cycle gets repeated whilst you have ongoing needs.
For more information on how we can help ease winter pressures, please download our brochure
OUR DATA IS INTEROPERABLE with all leading EPR systems - and many local ones too.
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A Solution for every stage of home care
The Whzan suite makes it possible to manage a wide range of conditions wherever a patient may be. Whether you are looking to support people with frailty, heart failure or acute respiratory infections, our virtual wards solutions are designed to be adaptable to any situation or need
Our Blue Box makes even more severe conditions manageable remotely – enabling close monitoring that would previously only been possible by keeping the patient in hospital.
For the less severe, the lighter touch of our WhzApp allows the necessary data to be collected in order to keep clinicians updated of any sudden changes.
Our Guardian Kit can also play a key role in monitoring the activity of frailer patients as they recover in their own homes.
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The Whzan Blue Box is our all-in-one telehealth case. It measures vital signs, records photos, performs multiple assessments and questionnaires including NEWS2. Signs of deterioration or illness are identified earlier, for a clinical response or carer support.
WhzApp is a brand-new way to connect with patients, monitor conditions remotely and deliver key information and care advice - all in one easy-to-use app. WhzApp is an information hub, self-assessment and communication tool, vital signs log and more. It allows clinicians to stay updated on their patient's vital signs and ensure they’re following care plans – without unnecessary GP or hospital visits.
The Guardian Kit is our home monitoring system used to track movement, detect and identify changes in behaviour that highlight increased risk. Guardian uses multiple, low-cost, easy-to-install, sensors that monitor almost anything in the home. This includes appliances, windows, doors, fire & smoke risk. The sensors record behaviour patterns with changes detected and advised to loved ones and social care support organisations.