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Solutions for everyone

Provincial and Regional Health Authorities

TELUS HHM and PHR solutions help reduce healthcare costs while helping patients with chronic diseases learn how to manage their conditions.

Provincial and Regional Health Authorities


While TELUS HHM allows for the early discharge of certain patients, therefore reducing hospitalization costs, the PHR solution encourages self-care, helping individuals avoid hospital stays.


Primary Care Physicians

Allow patients to stay connected with their primary care physicians via a PHR, offering them an improved patient experience that results in increased accountability and better informed patients and caregivers.

Primary Care Physicians

Employers and insurers

As part of a comprehensive health and wellness program, employers can offer affordable, user-friendly tools to help employees proactively manage personal and family health, and stay healthy and productive.

Employers and insurers

Better tools. Better care. Better business.


reduction in hospital admissions1


decrease in number of hospital stays2


reduction of ER Visits3

16 000

Canadians experienced TELUS HHM or PHR

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Home Health Monitoring (HHM) video

  The technology that has been created through TELUS has made my life better. I feel more secure because I know that I’m being monitored 24 hours a day.  

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Patient using TELUS Home Health Monitoring

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 Home Health Monitoring (HHM) technology presents an important opportunity to reduce readmissions, particularly for patients with chronic conditions, such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), diabetes or congestive heart failure. 

Canadian Healthcare Technologies
Posted on May 14, 2014

1. OTN Telehomecare – phase 1 results
2. Home Telemonitoring for Chronic Disease Management: an Economic Assessment – Jardins-Roussillon Health Centre, Canada, 2012
3. Economic Assessment of a Home Telemonitoring Program for COPD Patients – Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Canada, 2012