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.
Using nurse triage protocols in conjunction with doctor e-visits improves coordination of care, and allows doctors to safely delegate responsibility to their nurses. Our software has recommendations for nurses to transfer to doctor telehealth visits when applicable.
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.
TriageLogic is offering the COVID-19 Protocols for free to doctor’s offices and hospitals to triage those who may have been exposed or who are concerned about the virus.
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.
Telephone nurse triage is all about questions. To properly separate patients’ conditions into levels of severity, the right questions need to be asked in the right order.
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.
As a proud supporter of the American Heart Association, TriageLogic’s CEO, Charu Raheja, Ph.D., was recently featured on the cover of Jacksonville Magazine for its February Women of Heart issue.
Dr. Charu Raheja presented at the 2019 National Wellness Institute's annual conference in Orlando and the Women's Future Conference in New York City.
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.