TriageLogic will appear on 21st Century Health’s award-winning international television series. The 21st Century Health program will feature affordable and efficient triage software solutions that support patients calls during office hours as well as after hours.
TriageLogic’s participation in 21st Century Health’s production will allow viewers to better understand how nurse triage services, clinical protocols, and technology solutions are affecting the U.S. health care system. Further, the show will look at how TriageLogic is assuming a leading role in developing high quality software that allows nurses to handle phone calls efficiently and effectively.
“We selected TriageLogic for our television series based on its best-in-class triage technology,” says Megan Vieira, Production Coordinator at 21st Century Health. “We also are impressed with the flexibility and effectiveness of TriageLogic’s applications, which reflect an eye for innovation while improving patient outcomes.”
“Our show provides business viewers an opportunity to find solutions to real problems facing the health care industry from some of the top leaders from across the world,” says J.L. Haber, vice president of programming for 21st Century Health. “We are excited to profile a forward-thinking, technologically driven company such as TriageLogic.” The TriageLogic segment will be taped in 21st Century Health’s state-of-the-art south Florida studio.
The series produced by 21st Century Health will showcase TriageLogic’s Office Solution™ (now called myTriageChecklist™) and Call Center Solution™. These products demonstrate the company’s ability to customize, implement and upgrade triage solutions. Specific benefits include:
- Using the “gold standard” in triage protocols;
- Implementing innovative information technology platforms;
- Minimizing overhead costs of phone triage;
- Quickly and thoroughly documenting every telephone call;
- Conveniently printing notes or transferring information to a customer’s existing electronic medical system;
- Providing consistent telephone assessment and care advice;
- Decreasing training time for nursing staff; and
- Relying on fully integrated administrative and reporting tools.
According to 21st Century Health, production began in September, and the show will likely air later this year.