Feb 042019
 February 4, 2019  Posted by  Healthcare, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Sophie Borland and Victoria Bischoff report:

The NHS is to use energy smart meters to monitor dementia patients in their homes.

The devices will track patients’ daily routines, such as when they boil the kettle, cook dinner or turn the washing machine on.

They will flag up any sudden change in behaviour which could indicate an illness, a fall or a decline in their mental state. The meters will be able to send alerts to family members or carers, who can pop round to check if the patient is all right.

Read more on Daily Mail.

h/t,  Joe Cadillic

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