Over his long life, Chuck witnessed sweeping changes in technology, from radio to the internet. And at the age of 94, Chuck had a front-row seat to even more groundbreaking modernization. When he fell seriously ill, he didn’t go to the hospital. The hospital came to him.
Chuck became the first patient of Medically Home, which deploys remote monitors and systems that turn patients’ homes into “micro-hospital units.” Users recuperate from illness in familiar surroundings, surrounded by family, while remaining under round-the-clock care of doctors and other healthcare providers. When medicine is delivered in the family home, like Chuck experienced, digital tech gains a personal touch.