Discover how the explosive growth of digital technologies to collect and monitor health data has led to mountains of information that need to be monitored and interpreted by medical professionals.
You’ll also meet TriageLogic’s newest team member and find out how to best support patients during 911 calls.
Ami Veldkamp is TriageLogic’s Nurse Lead and Training Manager for the company’s new telephone triage nurses. She also on-boards and mentors new nurses.
While wearable health technology devices can collect and send data, a medical professional must still interpret the results and guide the wearer on next steps. Most physicians don’t have the time or resources to monitor multiple dashboards. TriageLogic can help.
With the use of wearable healthcare devices continuing to grow, TriageLogic offers a professional platform for physicians and patients that use remote care and monitoring.
Many individuals and families have multiple choices when it comes to healthcare and treatment. Our Medical Director was recently featured on News4Jax.
Tips for triage nurses to ensure patient safety during phone calls. A new Learning Center lesson on what to keep in mind during the triage process.
Try these simple desk exercises to help you stay motivated and healthy during the busy winter season. These are great for triage nurses and office staff.
We look at outcomes from advice given by triage nurses to patient callers, which can save health care dollars and decrease morbidity and mortality.
We look at the treatment advice data from our patient interaction to understand the problem of people mis-evaluating the seriousness of their symptoms.
Five major reasons adults are sent to the ER include: difficulty breathing, abdominal pain, chest pain, back pain, and post-operative concerns.