Dr. Ravi Raheja has been honored as one of the 2020 recipients of the Jacksonville Business Journal’s award for Technology Leader of the Year. The Technology Leader of the Year award recognizes local entrepreneurs who are making innovative contributions to the field of technology and the local economy.
The pandemic means that many people are staying at home and are more stationary throughout the day. This can have a negative effect on your physical and mental health that in return can negatively affect your work. To stay motivated and keep energy levels up, there are many exercises, stretches, and tips you can complete to reduce stress on the body throughout the day.
Telephone triage protocols help triage nurses maintain a quality of care on a consistent basis. They are important for doctors to delegate workloads, standardize procedures, and give nurses decision support. Hospitals can use these protocols to maintain the proper flow for their patients, ensure patients are receiving the correct advice for the symptoms presented, save money, and ultimately save lives.
Rashes are a common problem for adults and children alike, and they are one of the most common symptoms triage nurses come across. Rashes can be a problem that can be cared for at home or a symptom of something more serious.
TriageLogic is leading the conversation on remote patient monitoring (RPM) as the healthcare industry pivots from expensive, in-office visits to efficient, device oriented care. Arch Healthcare, a company which helps organizations develop strategic and actionable provider network development plans, has published an article written by medical director Ravi Raheja, MD.
As so many of us in healthcare, TriageLogic had to quickly pivot itself to help address the changing needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a few short months, TriageLogic saw a 35% increase in call volume and in turn, increased our nursing staff more than 30%!
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.