35+ pathways and >95% patient compliance.
Unblock beds and unlock clinical capacity.
“The service has exceeded all expectations, has truly thrived, and has achieved excellence. Clients have embraced it. They love it, use it, and want it to continue”
Northampton General Hospital
“We are excited to be working with Doccla to implement best in class technology that means we can keep patients with long term conditions safe at home”
Cambridgeshire Community Services
“This is a fantastic example of healthcare collaboration made possible by the strong relationships we have with our acute and primary care colleagues across the region, combined with the medical technological expertise provided by Doccla”
Hertfordshire Community Trust
monitored patient days.
of patients surveyed
would recommend Doccla.
For every £1 spent on Doccla, the NHS saves £3+
compared to non-tech enabled virtual wards.
compliance of patients
on Doccla RPM.
The only tech-enabled virtual ward
registered with the CQC.
with a wide range
of EHR systems.
to implement, not months.
FINALIST 2021 & 2022.
The clinician dashboard provides easy access to patient data right from an internet browser.
Doccla integrates with a wide range of patient record systems so that measurements taken at home on Doccla monitoring are written into the patient’s contemporaneous record.
Doccla’s patient app is feature-rich but designed with our users in mind. Large font and a simple interface make sure the Doccla app is accessible even for elderly patients.
Patients can submit vital measurements as well as symptom questionnaires. These measurements and questionnaires can be quick and simple to complete or built with complex branching ,including external data, tailored to each clinical team's needs.
When data alone isn't enough, the Doccla app connects patient and clinicians with in-app messaging and video calls.
A patient is admitted to the Virtual Ward to enable early discharge or prevent admission into hospital.
She uses devices provided by Doccla and the Doccla patient app to submit subjective and objective measures of her condition.
Her clinician has access to her vital signs and subjective responses. The clinician receives alerts if they vary beyond tailored thresholds.
If needed, the clinician can message the patient or hold a video call with her. They can also vary her alert thresholds.
Once she no longer needs to be monitored, our patient is discharged from the Virtual Ward.
Integrating with an array of industry leading devices, we offer a wide range of clinical measurements including: