What You Should Know:
– In order to assist providers in managing their influx and connect with more patients, Innovaccer has launched the free ‘COVID-19 Management System application with free telehealth services and analytics to assess risk profiles and triage the influx at medical practices and primary care clinics
– The application is designed to assist government and healthcare organizations in providing immediate assistance to patients through remote assessments, monitoring, education, outreach, and treatment.
Government agencies and healthcare organizations across the nation are working tirelessly to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. As America’s health system battles to prevent the virus from affecting more individuals, providers and medical staff are facing complications in managing the surge in demand for healthcare services.
To assist providers to manage the incoming patients and connect with them, Innovaccer, Inc. has recently launched its ‘COVID-19 Management System.’ The solution is designed to assist government agencies and healthcare organizations in providing immediate assistance to patients through remote assessments, virtual care, education, automated outreach, and guidance.
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To protect the public and healthcare providers, the app allows providers to remotely connect with their patients through free telehealth offerings. With the integration of community and lab services into the application, providers can virtually triage their patients with CDC-based guidelines for risk assessment sent via phones and conduct follow up for symptom tracking. Additionally, the solution allows organizations to identify high-risk patients through state-of-the-art analytics to prioritize and monitor them. It tracks and manages high-risk patients and spots high-risk geographies through a real-time dashboard and task manager.
Providers can educate their patients with prevention guidelines and other information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reduce anxiety and curb the exposure to the virus. With evidence-based triaging and self-assessments, providers can help their patients conduct an initial assessment of their health conditions and take the necessary steps accordingly.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a serious challenge to current healthcare infrastructure. While our providers are tirelessly treating thousands of patients every day, we want to help them in this global health crisis by expanding their reach,” says Abhinav Shashank, CEO at Innovaccer. “To help the government, healthcare organizations and all frontline healthcare workers care as one, we are launching COVID-19 Management System to enable virtual care.”