#14 COVID-19: Can Digital Health Help?

The Redox Podcast

#14 COVID-19: Can Digital Health Help?

March 27, 2020

#14 COVID-19: Can Digital Health Help?

We’re in the midst of a worldwide pandemic that will strain our healthcare delivery system beyond anything we’ve seen before. Those of us who work in healthcare technology have reprioritized to attempt to bring something novel–something of use–to the new challenges faced by health systems. This is a special episode of the podcast including guests from 10 digital health vendors who have created a COVID-19 specific solution. From the time a patient thinks they have symptoms, to getting on a waiting list, to triaging in an overcrowded and socially-distant emergency department, to care within the hospital and beyond, digital health solutions have stepped up to fight this pandemic.

1:15 – Social distancing and the excess demand problem

3:26 – Hypothesis: technology can be used to increase caregiver efficiency and effectiveness

6:02 – Vital and screening tool

9:00 – Epion’s remote check-in and triage solution

11:13 – Gauss and Operation Apollo for contactless triage

14:35 – ER Express’s virtual waiting room

16:14 – Bravado and the forgotten patient population

18:09 – Redivus reducing errors in cardiac arrest

22:00 – EmOpti’s streamlined telehealth triage

26:19 – CareLoop in reducing PPE and better communication

32:22 – Logical C19 Tracker for remote patient monitoring

35:02 – MedBridge’s COVID-19 patient and provider education tool kit

We adopted these tracks from our 3/25 virtual conference: Innovate COVID. Check out our COVID-19 resource center for more solutions and videos from the conference.

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