A Comprehensive Telehealth System

FORA’s HIPAA-compliant 24/7 HealthView System provides tools that empower healthcare professionals and caregivers to remotely monitor their patients’ health conditions. The system supports various measurement data uploads which include blood glucose, blood pressure, temperature, blood oxygen, and weight control. Patients’ test results are sent through cellular connection via Gateway or mobile app to the 24/7 HealthView cloud.

Real-time data is easily accessed from anywhere at any time.

The FORA 24/7 HealthView Telehealth System is a HIPAA-compliant cloud-based system that features real-time data accessibility from any web-enabled device, multiple parameter data access, flexible reporting that can be easily shared with colleagues or patients, auto-generated alerts, multi-level access, and much more.


System Integration

FORA’s 24/7 HealthView System provides a flexible software integration interface. The hierarchy structure can be applied to different services throughout the patient care continuum.

Flexible Reporting

The system provides multiple online and printable reports that allow any care team to easily monitor their patients’ treatment status.
The report types include:

  • Individual or group trend graphs for any or all parameters
  • Individual or group averaging graphs for any or all parameters
  • Abnormal or out-of-range result reviews
  • Measurement frequency reviews
  • Strip or supply management reports
  • And many more!

Multi-Level Access

Within the FORA 24/7 HealthView System, you can set up various levels of access. Our standard hierarchy is group manager, caregiver (clinician), and patient. You also have the flexibility to set individual target ranges for each patient or by group. With our auto-generated alert feature, you are notified when one of your patients has tested out of range. Engage patients through a phone call or set up an appointment, if necessary.

With built-in charts and reports, FORA 24/7 HealthView allows you to easily remotely monitor your patients’ health conditions. With a better understanding of your patients’ conditions, you will be able to provide informative advice on diet, exercise, and medication to your patients.