Mobile Health | Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Conditions

CHAS health supports several mHealth remote patient monitoring programs. mHealth uses Bluetooth-connected devices to measure different biologic processes and gets this information to your care team without hassle—think of scales measuring your weight or glucometers measuring your blood sugar levels. This data is automatically uploaded into the CHAS Health App to show important trends that your care team will be able to use to form treatment plans.* If measures are out of normal ranges or missing, your care team can proactively reach out to try and assist you to get back on the path to wellness. You will be better equipped to track your health, understand your health trends, and make decisions that are best for you. 

*Data uploading for mHealth requires technical specifications and internet/WiFi connection which is provided by the patient, not by CHAS Health. See your Owner’s Manual for details.

Video Visits on the CHAS Health App

A video visit using the CHAS Health App is a convenient way to receive in-person care from the comfort of your own home. Learn more about video visits.

More and more medical specialties at CHAS Health are incorporating video visits and other telehelath technologies into their care—all to provide you quality care more conveniently.

Already enrolled in mHealth? Find information and technical support for your condition-specific programs:

Note: The CHAS mHealth remote monitoring program is NOT AN EMERGENCY RESPONSE UNIT AND IS NOT MONITORED 24/7. Patients should call 911 for immediate medical emergencies.


Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

There is a lot to think about when managing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Tracking your oxygen level every day can be a real challenge but is so important when managing COPD. The CHAS mHealth remote monitoring program is here to help. The CHAS Health App will send notification reminders to your cell phone and the “smart” pulse oximeter provided by CHAS uses Bluetooth technology to track oxygen levels over time and sends that information to your care team. If problematic trends appear, the care team at CHAS can help identify and intervene before the trends become a crisis.

To track your oxygen level and ensure there are no significant drops in a short period of time, CHAS has provided you with a PO3m iHealth Air Pulse Oximeter to be used during your participation in the program and returned to CHAS in accordance with program requirements. The user manual below will provide all the information you need to use the device. CHAS also has a support line for technical troubleshooting if you need additional help.

PO3m iHealth Air Pulse Oximeter
PO3m iHealth Air Pulse Oximeter

PO3m Documentation

For technical support for your CHAS-provided iHealth Air Pulse Oximeter, please contact: 509.462.7581

If you would like to speak with the CHAS clinician team supporting the remote patient monitoring program, or need new lancets and test strips please contact: 509.984.1158

Learn more about COPD from the American Lung Association.


Congestive Heart Failure

There is a lot to think about when managing congestive heart failure (CHF). Tracking your weight every day can be a real challenge but is so important when managing CHF. The CHAS mHealth remote monitoring program is here to help. The CHAS Health App will send notification reminders to your cell phone and the “smart” scale provided by CHAS Health uses Bluetooth technology to track weight over time and sends that information to your care team. If problematic trends appear, the care team at CHAS can help identify and intervene before those trends become a crisis.

To track your weight and ensure there are not dramatic gains in a short period of time, CHAS has provided you with an HS4S Wireless Smart Scale to be used during your participation in the program and returned to CHAS in accordance with program requirements. The user manual below will provide all the information you need to use the scale. CHAS also has a support line for technical troubleshooting if you need additional help.

HS4S Wireless Smart Scale
HS4S Wireless Smart Scale

HS4S Documentation

For technical support for your CHAS-provided iHealth Scale, please contact: 509.462.7581

If you would like to connect with your care team for any clinical questions or concerns, please contact: 509.984.1158

Learn more about CHF from the American Heart Association.


Diabetes

Managing diabetes can seem overwhelming. Keeping close track of your blood sugar can be a real challenge but is vital to successfully manage diabetes. The CHAS mHealth remote monitoring program is here to help. The CHAS Health App will send notification reminders to your cell phone and the “smart” glucometer provided by CHAS uses Bluetooth technology to track blood glucose over time and sends that information to your care team. If problematic trends appear, the care team at CHAS can help identify and intervene before the trends become a crisis.

To track your blood sugar and ensure there are not dramatic swings in a short period of time, CHAS Health has provided you with a BG5 Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System to be used during your participation in the program and returned to CHAS in accordance with program requirements. The user manual below will provide all the information you need to use the glucometer. CHAS also has a support line for technical troubleshooting if you need additional help.

BG5 Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System
BG5 Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System

BG5 Documentation

For technical support for your CHAS-provided iHealth Scale, please contact: 509.462.7581

If you would like to speak with the CHAS clinician team supporting the remote patient monitoring program, or need new lancets and test strips please contact: 509.984.1158

Learn more about diabetes from the American Diabetes Association.


Hypertension

There is a lot to think about when managing hypertension. Tracking your blood pressure every day can be a real challenge but is so important when managing hypertension. The CHAS mHealth remote monitoring program is here to help. The CHAS Health App will send notification reminders to your cell phone and the “smart” blood pressure cuff provided by CHAS uses Bluetooth technology to track blood pressure over time and sends that information to your care team. If problematic trends appear, the care team at CHAS can help identify and intervene before the trends become a crisis.

To track your blood pressure and ensure there are no significant drops in a short period of time, CHAS has provided you with a 550BT iHealth Track – Connected Blood Pressure Monitor to be used during your participation in the program and returned to CHAS in accordance with the program requirements. The user manual below will provide all the information you need to use the device. CHAS also has a support line for technical troubleshooting if you need additional help.

550BT iHealth Track - Connected Blood Pressure Monitor
550BT iHealth Track – Connected Blood Pressure Monitor

550BT Documentation

For technical support for your CHAS-provided iHealth Blood Pressure Monitor, please contact: 509.462.7581

If you would like to speak with the CHAS clinician team supporting the remote patient monitoring program, or need new lancets and test strips please contact: 509.984.1158

Learn more about high blood pressure from the American Heart Association.


Already a CHAS Primary Care Patient? Interested in the mHealth program?

Please fill out the form below and our care team will reach out to explore eligibility.

Interested in becoming a CHAS Health Primary Care Patient?

Call 509.444.8200 (WA) or 208.848.8300 (ID) to schedule an appointment.