Remote Patient Monitoring
Chronic Care Management
Principal Care Management
Behavioral Health Integration
Transitional Care Management
Wound Care
A video explaining iUGO Care.

iUGO Care is a powerful digital platform for care coordination that helps patients and providers stay connected in virtually any setting.



For healthcare providers, the platform provides real-time access to a patient’s health history, demographic information, and real-time biometric data. Care teams can monitor a patient’s health status remotely and, if necessary, provide early-stage interventions to prevent costly hospital readmissions and ER visits.

For patients with complex care needs and their families, iUGO Care allows patients to receive high-quality healthcare at home, improving health outcomes and enhancing their quality of life.

iUGO Care integrates with iUGO Home devices and over 97% of all Bluetooth, WiFi, and SIM card-enabled durable medical equipment (DMEs).
The platform also supports access to telemedicine, chronic care management, wound care, and other services to help bring healthcare home to the patient.

Video describing remote patient monitoring.

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) allows healthcare providers to access their patients’ biometric data in real-time on the iUGO Care platform. Using bluetooth, wifi or cellular monitoring devices, the iUGO Care platform automatically uploads the health data patients collect at home and transmits it to their care team.  The care team receives automated alerts if a patient’s results are outside of specified norms.

A video explaining chronic care management.

Chronic Care Management (CCM)

Chronic care management (CCM) in iUGO Care gives care team members a 360-degree view of a patient. Clinicians can easily track, review, and report on a patient’s clinical comorbidities, medications, social circumstances, and functional requirements.

A respirology specialist providing their patient with principal care management services.

Principal Care Management (PCM)

Principal Care Management (PCM) allows specialists to proactively manage care for patients with a single, high-risk chronic condition. Clinicians can develop a disease-specific care plan, adjust medications, and make treatment decisions based on real-time data.

A patient receiving behavioral health integration services from their doctor.

Behavioral Health Integration (BHI)

Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) helps primary care providers proactively manage care for their patients with mental, behavioral health, or psychiatric conditions, including addiction. The primary care team can develop behavioral health-specific care plans, monitor patients’ progress, and facilitate and coordinate behavioral health treatment..

A patient receiving transitional care management services.

Transitional Care Management (TCM)

Transitional Care Management (TCM) helps providers to proactively manage care for patients immediately after discharge from a hospital or other facility, as they transition to a community setting. Providers can use iUGO Care for care coordination, interactive communication, and medical decision-making.

A video explaining what wound care is.

Wound Care

Wound care tracking through iUGO Care helps healthcare providers accurately measure the wound healing process, reduce the risk of infection, modify treatment protocols, and improve wound healing outcomes.

A video explaining what telemedicine is.


Telemedicine on iUGO Care enables virtual face-to-face consultations between patients and their healthcare providers. Using voice and video technology, telemedicine appointments save time and resources for both patients and providers.