Arc extends the capabilities of video consultations, enabling 94% of consultations to be completed remotely.
consultations with Arc
Arc is trusted by world-class healthcare providers including the NHS and has safely managed over 50,000 consultations.
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Arc saves crucial time that would have otherwise been spent on travel and admin, focusing clinician time on what matters most.
“A doctor can watch a patient take their own temperature, blood pressure, use a stethoscope to check their heart and lungs and use a close-up camera to examine their ears and throat ... it's the closest thing to conducting a real appointment with patients.”
“It moves beyond a simple video call with the doctor by giving the patient access to a blood pressure monitor, pulse oximeter, stethoscope, contactless thermometer and even a light to check the ear, nose and throat.”
“Remote diagnosis hub offers care homes a GP lifeline during pandemic ... the NHS-approved video conference hubs enable GPs to take clinical measurements of residents without them needing to visit the home.”
“Game-changing med-tech gives care homes a GP lifeline ... revolutionises care for the most vulnerable with time-saving remote diagnostic solution”
“Care home residents are set to benefit from new technology that offers easier access to a GP while minimising risk ... a remote diagnosis hub that allows at-risk residents to be accurately assessed by a GP without the need for a face-to-face visit”
“Allows doctors who are self-isolating to continue working while retired doctors returning to medicine to fight the virus can conduct consultations from the safety of their own home.”
“Doctors are able to remotely examine the patient through an attached blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, thermometer, pulse oximeter and a small camera for the throat and ears provided at the hospital.”
“Genius system lets doctors help patients test themselves over video ... transforming safety in GP surgeries with its unique hubs that allow doctors to remotely examine vitals such as patients’ oxygen levels as well as perform heart and lung checks”
“A British tech firm is transforming GP surgeries ... the hubs, which are manufactured in Hastings, East Sussex, guide patients on performing an examination on themselves while the doctor ensures they are doing it correctly.”