What You Should Know:
– TytoCare has partnered with Multimed, a leading distribution and commercialization company providing medical devices, surgical instruments, robotics and safety devices, who will exclusively introduce TytoCare to the Italian public healthcare market.
– The Italian healthcare system expressed significant demand for TytoCare’s telehealth platform as a solution to help fight the rapid outbreak of COVID-19 that plagued the country at the onset of the pandemic. Since then, health systems and hospitals have worked hard to implement digital health solutions to help prevent a future collapse of the healthcare system.
– Together, TytoCare and Multimed will be developing the Italian market and delivering the solution to local providers, enabling partnerships with hospitals, elderly care facilities, independent physicians, pharmacies, as well as at-home monitoring.
– TytoCare’s first partnership in Italy showed success with the ASL of Vercelli, where physicians monitored and treated elderly and pediatric COVID-19 patients and performed pulmonary, cardiological, and dermatological telehealth visits. The implementation showcased TytoCare’s ability to facilitate a wide range of telehealth visits as well as to reduce pressure on overburdened facilities and physicians while crucially mitigating the spread of COVID-19. In addition to active pilots around the country, renowned hospitals Gemelli and Bambino Gesu have begun evaluating the TytoCare telehealth solution for potential integration, and further pilots are in progress.
TytoCare All-in-One Telehealth Solution
TytoCare is the only all-in-one telehealth solution enabling physicians to remotely connect with patients for clinic-quality physical examinations. The handheld examination device enables users to perform comprehensive physical examinations of the heart, skin, ears, throat, abdomen, as well as lungs and body temperature, which are key for monitoring COVID-19. The solution fully replicates an in-person visit from any location, any time, for primary and chronic care situations, and helps to stem the spread of the virus by providing remote care for both quarantined patients in hospitals and isolated patients at home. This allows doctors to gain the vital clinical data they require to monitor and treat patients from a safe distance.