Bluetooth technology will allow RedArc nurses to view real-time health and wellbeing data, including a patient’s temperature, heart rate, mood, journal entries and activity levels.
These insights enable RedArc to remotely deliver physical and mental personal support supplementing the person’s consultant-led treatment.
The digital cancer care company entered a similar partnership in October with the London General Practice.
‘Our technology is designed to be simple yet effective for both the patient and the clinical team, offering them accessibility and support when they need it most,’ said Paul Landau, founder and CEO of Careology.
‘Our purpose is to create more up days for everyone living and dealing with cancer. We are so proud to be partnering with RedArc and expanding their range of cancer support services.’
Christine Husbands, managing director at RedArc, said: ‘Ensuring our nurses can offer the right digital tools gives breadth and depth of support, from initial diagnosis through treatment and beyond.
‘This powerful combination will make such a difference to the physical and emotional wellbeing of the people we look after at this vulnerable time in their lives.’