Putting remote triage nurses in conjunction with telehealth doctor’s visits can provide a seamless remote experience for patients. Triage nurses can collect the pertinent information, educate the patient for the telehealth visit, and set up a telehealth visit on behalf of the doctor.
Remote patient monitoring is part of a new era of medical technology. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote services and technology have been shown to be extremely valuable to patients, doctors, and healthcare organizations.
Understanding your patients and the environment around them is vital to the success of a practice or healthcare organization. Having software that can effortlessly gather data and statistics is valuable for maintaining proper patient care and creating service offerings to best serve your communities.
Triage levels indicate the appropriate level of care for each patient depending on the symptoms they are experiencing and their medical history. Determining the appropriate triage level in a quick, effective manor is critical for patient safety, peace of mind, and cost-effective care.
TriageLogic and Baptist Health Jacksonville have partnered for the COVID-19 pandemic to keep their community and employees safe. Using TriageLogic’s MyTriageChecklist software, Baptist is able to have their nurses work from home but still be on the frontlines of the outbreak.
Doctors Schmitt and Thompson have created a standardized set of questions and dispositions based on patient symptoms to ensure that nurses give the same, high-quality standard of care every time a patient calls.
Dr. Ravi Raheja, medical director and CTO of TriageLogic, teamed up with Spry Health to talk about monitoring at-risk patients during the COVID-19 pandemic on April 10th, 2020. The group discussed options for remote patient care and telehealth solutions to help patients virtually.
As the coronavirus pandemic progresses, nurse triage is playing a critical role in helping healthcare organizations, hospitals and practices manage their overwhelmed systems. As the weeks passed since the original national emergency announcement, our nurse triage center has observed some important trends on what callers are experiencing.
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.
When it comes to documenting triage calls, there’s always a fine balance between effective communications and liability risk.