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Next gen digital skills for healthcare practitioners
Omnipresence together with Microsoft wants to help equip doctors and other healthcare practitioners with new digital skills needed for the future of care
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Omnipresence wants to create community engagement focused on tech education so tech can do its part in improving health outcomes for the world
Providing Coding Knowledge To Healthcare Practitioners
Inspiring Change in Areas of Need In The Delivery Of Care
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The COVID-19 Post Disease Resource
The Covid-19 PDR powered by Omnipresence Patient Cloud has been created to provide resources to patients who are recovering from the Covid-19 disease.
The framework behind the PDR will be made available on GitHub. We encourage physicians and other healthcare practitioners to contribute to enhancing this framework so these recovering patients can benefit from a good resource of information and other support.
More About The
COVID-19 Post Disease Resource (PDR)
As affected individuals recover, there is a great need to understand their progress, fill gaps related to post disease care, enable follow-ups, and facilitate data collection with healthcare practitioners/agencies
Reference: MONTEFIORE PATIENT AND CAREGIVER GUIDE TO MANAGING COVID-19 PATIENTS AT HOME
Anne Felicia Ambrose, MD. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center Version 2: March 24, 2020
Powered By Omnipresence Patient Cloud + Microsoft
Care Team Collaboration
Real World Data
Intended Benefit For Individuals And Care Providers
Be a collection of links to useful resources for various kinds of support during recovery
Improve self service and self evaluation through out the recovery process
Bots and forms to simplify self monitoring, collect important information and share information with relevant healthcare practitioners, community organizations etc.
Measure customer satisfaction and QoL during a time of stress and challenge
Intended Benefit For
Health Systems & Organizations
Provide quick access to a common repository of resources for patients in recovery without each system having to create something themselves
Reduce wait-times and system overload caused by patient queries via self service to minimize chaos and confusion during a time when health systems are restoring themselves having just overcome infection peaks
Near real time information from the community vis-à-vis traditional means to potentially enhance triage capabilities based on information from each patient
Base line information for Population Health Initiatives
Use the monitoring data to augment digital, post disease surveillance for formulation of new resource plans, local policies etc.