The 'virtual caregiver' that monitors the patient at home - Tucuvi en el Diario ABC

With artificial intelligence and natural language processing, Tucuvi offers a home tracking system that does not require wifi or mobile apps.

From Tucuvi we want to thank Diario ABC for sharing our work and explaining how we are using artificial intelligence to achieve a better care of people. For the whole team is a source of joy and a huge motivation that drives us to continue improving.

With artificial intelligence and natural language processing, Tucuvi offers a home tracking system that does not require wifi or mobile apps.

Tucuvi is an ally for patients to feel more accompanied and cared for at home, thanks to the development of a platform based on artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing that monitors patients at home through phone calls.

Lola, the virtual 'caregiver', automatically contacts patients according to the frequency established in the protocols -she is capable of making thousands of calls a day- and sends structured information to the clinical team to help them in decision-making and resource management.

Tucuvi has signed agreements with several Spanish hospitals, such as La Princesa Hospital, which has incorporated our virtual caregiver in the home follow-up of patients discharged by Covid; or the University Hospital of Torrejón, which applies our technology in a project with coronavirus patients and those diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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The 'virtual caregiver' that monitors the patient at home
tucuvi - telemonitorización de pacientes

Taking into account the increase in chronic pathologies and the aging of the population, Tucuvi continues working to help professionals to plan care in a more efficient and personalized way, increasing the quality of life of patients, responding to their needs and improving home health care.

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