Sovrinti’s smart home sensing and data analytics provide Outreach Health with continuous Data of Daily Living to improve senior care at home.
Developed with support from the National Institute on Aging, the Sovrinti system uses a unique set of home sensors to identify Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and look for changes in individual routines. Subtle changes in behavior patterns are mapped to health-relevant criteria allowing targeted interaction between the care recipient and caregiver.
“The goal of our system is to move from a reactive to a predictive care approach using the same senior care management structure of ADLs that has been used for decades,” says John Fitch, Sovrinti Principal, and CTO. “Without any additional effort from the senior or the caregiver, we use the power of smart home devices and data analytics to address real-time care needs and guide long-term care planning.”
The pilot program scheduled to start in early October is designed to demonstrate improved health outcomes and integrate the Sovrinti system into Outreach Health’s day-to-day operations, which manages care for over 5000 seniors in their homes in the Southwest.
Sovrinti uses home sensing data from sensors developed by sister company Birkeland Current to identify actionable changes in behavior and enable moving from reactive care situations to informed, proactive care planning.