openbrolly ROC is simple and efficient web based software created to provide ongoing, holistic support to people living with one or more long term conditions. It enables information collection, information delivery and self-referral while lowering cost of care and avoiding resource overhead.
openbrolly received a Scottish Life Sciences Award for best collaboration.
People have the HOLISTIC support they need:
Better care – proactively or passively alert the care team to changes in condition and concerns.
Access the system when and where they need it on mobile, tablet or PC – or even by text.
Self-controlled care supported by access to a personalised library of videos and documents that they can trust.
Get referral to people and organisations who can help – and change the process by rating their effectiveness.
“Openbrolly have helped us, every step of the way, to translate our vision for a Virtual Hospice into the reality of a tool to increase the confidence of those living with life-shortening illness in Highland.”Jeremy Keen, Consultant Physician in Palliative Care.
Care providers can deliver better care at lower cost:
Tracks symptoms and concerns, and receive alerts based on customisable criteria.
Ensures patient safety and supports lower cost care delivery such as video consultations or helplines.
Identify people who need support now, moving away from unnecessary time based clinics.
Measure and improve the quality of care received by the patient with access to quality indicators and patient feedback.
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Join our community in the NHS, charities and third sector who use ROC and influence the delivery of care for people with long term conditions.
“I want to empower patients to feel that they are in control of their health and wellbeing. We can do this by facilitating easy communication between patients and the healthcare team and ensuring that everyone involved in an individual patient’s care knows where that patient is on their cancer journey”Professor Angus Watson, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness.
Collects symptom and information from service users through app
2-way, logged messaging
Graphical text display and visual alerts
My Care Library
Videos, documents, apps and links
Automated self-referral to information and other services
SMS alerts for users and clinicians
Improve quality of care by collecting feedback from users. Usage analytics.
Integration with enterprise patient record and information systems
Sensors and Devices
Interfaces for collection of data from medical devices and third party apps