As COVID-19 spread across the globe hospitals experienced a surge in patients which resulted in an additional burden on an already overstretched medical system. Datos Health's Covid 19 patient monitoring platform, which could easily be implemented in days, is specifically designed to support hospitals across the world and mitigate such situations.
Additionally, as Covid-19 vaccinations are required in many settings outside of healthcare, Datos Health also provides Covid-19 vaccination tracking. Covid-19 vaccine tracking through Datos Health allows organizations of any size to easily track individuals, cohorts, and populations. Tag those that are partially vaccinated, fully vaccinated or those that have not been vaccinated at all for a comprehensive overview of vaccination progress.
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Identify anyone with symptoms related to coronavirus but do not require hospitalization to receive optimal care at home utilizing our platforms surveys and communication capabilites. Automated reminders can be sent to patients to take their temperature, schedule a virtual visit or communicate with their care team.
Our goal is to ensure hospital capacity is preserved for those who are acutely ill and need in-patient care while minimizing further spread of the virus to medical staff and patients. Monitor patient's vitals remotely and receive alerts for positive and quarantined patients according to severity of their symptoms and when their quarantine period has ended.
The Datos Health patient monitoring platform provides detailed Covid-19 vaccine tracking of individuals, cohorts, or entire populations. Data is aggregated, cleansed, validated, and tagged, to give you a holistic and clear view of vaccination progress within your organization.
Thoughtfully developed with the needs of both patients and providers in mind, Datos Health pairs powerful data analytics with a platform that’s easy to use.
“The Datos solution has been a godsend, for both patients and our medical staff, patients no longer need to feel alone or afraid, with nurses able to remotely yet closely track their indicators, reach out to them by video calls, and ease them through whatever they’re experiencing at any point.”
Bridgette Wiefling, MD, Senior VP for the Primary Care and Ambulatory Specialty Institute Rochester Regional Health