Tech giant Intel have awarded an award to digital healthcare organization Electronic Caregiver to help with their COVID-19 aid ventures.
Situated in Doña Ana County in New Mexico where a flood in cases has put a strain clinics and healthcare staff, the assets will go towards the organization's COVID to Home program, which tends to the basic requirements of clinics and patients.
Under the program, patients are released to their home or to an assigned lodging with an Electronic Caregiver 'Expert Health' savvy health center point – a voice-driven, simple to-utilize associated comfort. The gadget permits patients to screen their healthcare on account of a day by day study that surveys manifestations, a heartbeat oximeter, non-contact thermometer, and pulse sleeve.
Clinicians and clinical volunteers can utilize a HIPAA-agreeable online interface to evaluate understanding outcomes distantly and direct consideration. Patients can likewise utilize the Pro Health gadgets for virtual discussions with a specialist, medicine updates, and nonstop crisis response. It utilizes Intel technology both in on location workstations and cloud-based workers from Amazon Web Services.
Intel's award is essential for the association's obligation to assist with admittance to technology that can battle the pandemic and help logical disclosure to deal with future emergencies. The supports will help the organization buy gear for the COVID to Home program; make a variant of the COVID-19 study and vitals catch utilizing Electronic Caregiver's Virtual Caregiver, named Addison; make five versatile demo "units" to feature at occasions/scenes; make a video tribute of the program; and distribute a white paper on program structure, objectives, and results.
“The major impact of this programme is the number of hospital beds it has freed up for patients that are really sick,” said John Andazola, MD, Program Director of the Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program at Memorial Medical Center. “It truly represents the best in local collaboration, and we are pleased to play a role.”
The option to implement Electronic Caregiver’s COVID to Home programme exists throughout the state and the country. “We’d be thrilled to partner with anybody, anywhere, to be able to replicate this programme and be able to drive a similar type of outcome,” said Electronic Caregiver’s Chief Digital Health Integration Officer Mark Francis. “If folks want to come together and deal with this critical public health issue, we’re here with the proven solution that’s driving demonstrated outcomes, that is simple and easy to implement, and can save lives and benefit communities.”
In April 2020 Intel submitted $50 million to finance the Pandemic Response Technology Initiative (PRTI), to help purpose of-tolerant consideration arrangements. Since it started, the program has upheld many associations around the globe.
“We chose to support Electronic Caregiver’s project because of its scalable use of remote monitoring that leverages Intel technology to meet the needs of underserved communities in New Mexico” said Chris Gough, General Manager of Intel Health & Life Sciences.
COVID to Home is mutually supported by Doña Ana County and the city of Las Cruces, at no expense to patients. A month after the program dispatched it had upheld more than 100 patients. The organization says it has expanded basic consideration limit in the locale by 30%.
“COVID to Home has allowed us to maintain capacity in our hospitals, while providing effective community-based care to people recovering from COVID” Jamie Michael, Director of Health and Human Services for Doña Ana County said. "It also allows providers to interact with patients safely and allows people to recover in their home.”