Medtelligent, Inc, provider of ALIS software for assisted living, memory care, and independent living communities, today announced the launch of a new partnership with Toi Labs, Inc. to bring critical toileting data from the TRUELOO™ Smart Toilet Seat to the wellness profiles of senior living residents.
By monitoring toileting sessions and incorporating the information and analysis to the ALIS platform, the TRUELOO™ Smart Toilet Seat enables the community to holistically and non-intrusively monitor a resident for top-quality care while prioritizing the resident’s dignity by eliminating the institutional feel of constantly screening residents for health clues.
“In a post-pandemic world, providing a higher level of safety and care for older adults is expected,” said Vik Kashyap, CEO of Toi Labs. “This partnership integrates the power of continuous, effortless monitoring into the existing workflow of senior living operators.”
The integration will sync resident and staff information to avoid duplicate entry in the Toi Labs platform and pull Toi events into a resident’s ALIS chart to improve the visibility of this important health data.
“This is an exciting starting point for our partnership with Toi Labs. We have plans to go much further by using Toi data to enrich the ALIS Wellness Index [which creates a personalized health index for each resident],” says Medtelligent CEO John Shafaee.
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Medtelligent makes ALIS: software purpose-built for clinical management, billing, and operational reporting in assisted living, memory care, and independent living communities. ALIS is designed to solve senior living-specific challenges including regulatory compliance management across different states, full eMAR management and drug counting, integrated assessments, and family engagement. To learn more, visit medtelligent.com.
About Toi Labs
Toi Labs has developed TRUELOO™, a connected toilet seat for 24/7 in-home health and wellness monitoring. There are millions of hospitalizations for gastrointestinal and urinary conditions annually. Many chronic health issues in vulnerable seniors including dehydration, urinary tract infections, C. difficile infection, and kidney stones have been associated with characteristics measured by TRUELOO™. To learn more, visit www.toilabs.com.