TheHill is proud to unveil our Remote Monitoring Report. This is the culmination of a six-month research project by our Remote Monitoring Project Officers, Ishbel Henderson and Sophie Shang, and is an important part of our needs-led approach.
As part of this project TheHill conducted semi-structured interviews with a range of healthcare professionals from different levels of seniority, in different job roles and in different departments within Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and across other trusts. Through thematic analysis the findings have revealed the technologies which have worked so far, and what hasn’t been so successful. Furthermore, some of the benefits, drawbacks, and future opportunities for remote monitoring were identified. This was all brought together to help make a guide for further remote monitoring developments.
Through these interviews, and collaboration with the wider TheHill team, the report highlights both the benefits of remote monitoring and the challenges the technology can face.
To read the report in full, click here.