TriageLogic is implementing quickly deployable solutions for healthcare organizations to set up their doctors and medical staff for remote patient visits during the Covid-19 crisis.
TriageLogic, a leader in telephone nurse triage and remote patient communication, announces easy-to-implement solutions that hospitals, medical organizations, and health centers can use for patient care during the COVID-19 crisis.
This article focuses on emergency solutions that can be implemented quickly in a time of crisis, such as utilizing a coronavirus-trained non-clinical hotline, virtual medical visits, and tools for training office nurses.
As the Coronavirus virus continues to spread, more and more callers may be concerned with their symptoms. TriageLogic nurses and our call center software clients have received the protocols to efficiently triage those who may have been exposed or who are concerned about the virus.
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New protocols have been released by Dr. Bart Schmitt and Dr. David Thompson for telephone triage nurses specifically for patients that have been diagnosed or have suspected measles or have been exposed to measles. The two new protocols cover scenarios where patients have been diagnosed or have suspected measles or have been exposed to measles. The guidelines provide telephone triage nurses with a consistent and methodological approach to callers who have questions.