Fully automated protocols for assessment, registration and classification.
Auto enrollment of patients into the fully automated self-monitoring program.
In app chat function enable remote access to healthcare advice.
Web-based healthcare staff training for large scale roll out.
Overview screen with color coded notification indicating if action is required.
Collect, store, analyse data and predict future trends.
At present, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is disrupting both society and economies across the world. As a leading organisation for digital innovation and entrepreneurship, EIT Digital is committed to support the pan-European ecosystem to find effective solutions in dealing with the pandemic’s societal and economic effects and implications.
eit Digital, March 31, 2020
With over 8300 employees, University Medical Centre Ljubljana (UMCL) is one of the largest institutions in Slovenia. Among others, they have implemented the COVID-19 Telemedicine solution to help them monitor and provide safe surveillance of COVID-19 patients or patients in risk of serious COVID-19 symptoms.
UKC Ljubljana, March 31, 2020
In a fast response to the Corona crisis, the Norwegian Municipalities of Gjerdrum and Ullensaker, among others, have implemented a telehealth solution to help them monitor and provide safe surveillance of COVID-19 patients or patients in risk of serious COVID-19 symptoms.
Healthcare Denmark, March 28, 2020
Covid-19 Telemedicine is a ready-to-deploy solution for remote monitoring and screening of patients with fully automated clinical Covid-19 protocols.
NRK Nyheter, March 24, 2020
The municipalities in Agder, together with Ullensaker and Gjerdrum are going live with remote monitoring of COVID-19 infected patients. The project have been working hard to get a high quality solution and organization running for this service.
Siemens Healthineers, March 25, 2020
COVID-19 Telemedicine has an exclusive partnership with OTH. The OTH platform is a CE-approved and ISO-certified telemedicine solution for doctors, healthcare professionals, health clinics, hospitals, and businesses, making them able to provide remote care for citizens and patients.
The original software platform (OpenTele) was created as a joint regional project across Denmark, funded by the Danish government with the explicit purpose to demonstrate the efficacy of large scale Remote Health Management.