No-touch remote monitoring with Stel's Gateway

The preferred setting for care is at home for patients. Our Gateway enables that with a reliable, long-range solution that offers an effortless patient experience.

With no installation or mobile application needed, off-the-shelf devices like blood pressure cuffs are upgraded to transmit data wirelessly to caregivers. The low-power, plug-and-play design introduces the level of simplicity necessary to promote patient adherence. 

Tracking fluid volume


As part of our broader network of devices to automate data collection, we're building a patent-pending fluid monitor that attaches to any toilet. This sensor tracks patient output and automatically updates a patient's Electronic Health Records.

This solution is necessary to eliminates the labor-intensive, error-process of manual fluid output collection. The subsequent benefit of standardizing and improving data quality enables healthcare professionals to use trends to treat patients and improve day-to-day operations.  

Here are video demos of our fluid tracking toilets. In the cases where multiple patients share a room or family members use a patient's bathroom, we need to ensure data quality. 

Connecting to Electronic Health Records

Devices connecting directly to an organization's EHR is a critical point of efficiency in a caregiver's workflow. In this case, it means a vitals device is able to transmit recorded data directly into an EHR.

After a remote vitals device measures a patient, the data is then automatically transcribed into their EHR profile.

Eliminating manual entry saves time while preventing common clerical errors and standardizes data input. 

Less errors

Eliminating errors traditionall associated with manual transcription ensures caregiver's are treating patients with the correct information. Whether managing diuretics or following up on a Chronic Condition's status, clinicians are given proper insight without risk of clerical errors. 

Time saved

Chronic conditions are challenging to manage remotely — an issue only worsened by the growing patient to care manager ratio. Amplifying a caregiver's capabilities by automating data transcription and vitals checkins means care managers are able to dedicate themselves to being caregivers, not data collectors.