Acute Care with
No Extra Effort
or Cost.

Xandar Kardian’s XK300 can provide powerful continuous monitoring of vital signs, behavioral health, bed exit and gastroenterology while freeing up tedious and redundant administrative tasks from staff members automatically.

Medicare/Medicaid Reimbursed.

Xandar Kardian’s XK300 is FDA 510(k) cleared for all types of long-term care facilities. Yes, this means, SNF, Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living and CCRCs. Of course, the monitoring of physiological parameters such as RHR + RR is tasked to a physician or clinician who will also be billing CMS on behalf of LTC facilities and Xandar Kardian. Existing telehealth partners include Tapestry Health and Withmydoc.

Telehealth/Remote Patient Monitoring partners:

Value Propositions.

Reduce Patient Care Variability.

XK300 will provide nurses and staff with consistent, reliable information that will allow them to make more informed decisions and provide a better quality of care.

Reduce Staff Turnover Rates by 15~20%.

Staffing shortages have been a major issue within the long term care industry with turnover rates being ~20% across North America. The main factors impacting turnover are increased administrative burden and a lack of defined roles and responsibilities. XK300 will allow LTC facilities to better manager their staff resulting in a reduction in administrative time and greater operational efficiency.

Reduce Administrative Burden for Staff by 55%.

Through market research and interviews with industry experts, it was determined that the main cause of turnover is due to undefined roles and responsibilities and the burden associated with delegable tasks. XK300 sensors will reduce nursing time associated with charting and vital checks and allow the Director of Nursing to reassign resources and reallocate their time to focus on value-added activities.

Provide the Ultimate
Peace of Mind
for Resident Families.

The XK300 gives family members of residents the ability to monitor their loved ones at any time on any ongoing basis. 10 out of 10 families surveyed responded overwhelmingly to wanting and even needing this type of information to provide them with the ultimate peace of mind.


Gastroenterology Monitoring with A-CFCM:

Monitoring the number of bathroom trips, including how long (dwell time) and how many times you sat on the toilet can provide important insight to gastroenterology conditions. 90 seconds or less on the toilet seat may be defined as urination while over 3 minutes may indicate bowel movement. If a resident or patient is going too frequently it could signal signs of kidney troubles, BPH, bladder stones or diabetes insipidus among many. Longer duration for bowel movement compared to previous days (baseline) could indicate signs of bacterial infection, constipation, viral infection or pancreatitis. Get trend alerts and powerful insight to gastroenterology health conditions without invading privacy.

A-CFCM of Vital Signs, Motion and Presence.

Most critical health events are preceded by respiratory warning signs six to eight hours prior to the event. Therefore, constant monitoring of respiratory rate is the most effective way to get ahead of a future medical event that can require costly intervention by first responders and/or doctors. Click hear to find out more about the benefits of A-CFCM of vital signs.

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Xandar Kardian is conducting a 100% free pilot program for qualified SNF/MC/AL operators in the US until Q1, 2022. If you are interested, please reach out to us now by filling out the quick form right