Patients get home from hospital three days sooner

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Camden Council, in partnership with Oysta, has successfully piloted a care tech device to allow residents to return from the hospital sooner and be fully supported to recover at home.

The Oysta HelpAtHome enabled them to leave hospital sooner, reducing pressures on the NHS, saving the NHS an estimated 630 bed days – equating to £252,000 in financial savings - which would otherwise have been occupied by patients awaiting social care assessments rather than hospital treatment.

Residents who were given the device returned home on average three days sooner than those waiting for a social care assessment before they could leave the hospital which helped to free up hospital beds and address the patient backlog.

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