There are a number of opportunities. For example, I know one would be remote patient monitoring. That would actually just be for, as an example, a senior with a cardiac condition. You could take their blood pressure regularly during the day. There are a number of devices that would be able to take that reading very easily and put the information up into the cloud. That information is then accessible to the provider by remote login, as well as by the caregiver and the family, who can go in just to check that their parent is taking their blood pressure, and to see what their blood pressure is.
Those monitors can send notifications so that if a blood pressure reading is high, they will send an SMS to a designated person. There are a number of technologies that can actually facilitate monitoring. Those technologies also have the capacity to do two-way video conferencing, for example, so if there is an issue if a notification comes through, that person can then speak to either their caregiver, if their caregiver is remote, or their health care professional to address the issue.
That would address some of the resource issues, because at the moment we would send someone out there to see them, whereas it might actually be easier just to speak to them. Home monitoring is critical.