coronavirus patient gets monitored remotely with the help of clinical-grade sensors and collecting data on numerous physiological signals which can improve clinical decision making for providers.
There are a lot of digital tools available such as telehealth, remote patient monitoring, data analytics, and consumer base AI-based chatbots which play an important role in containing the outbreak of coronavirus and it also helps people who think they may be exposed to the novel coronavirus. But according to experts, such tools are not a cure-all.
Let's take an example, Algorithm based on Artificial intelligence may be most helpful for providing information about patients who have already get diagnosed with coronavirus or people who are suspected of being infected by a coronavirus.
by monitoring those patients remotely with clinical-grade sensors and collecting data on numerous physiological signals could improve the decision making power of the provider, and these entire process will help them to learn more about diseases so they can provide batter solution and get a batter wat to treat it.
This learning can be combined with other information learned from AI-based algorithms such as laboratory and imaging tests to create a composite mechanism that can help clinicians better understand the disease, and ultimately lead to better detection or prognosis of early signs of infection.
Kuldeep Singh Rajput, CEO also confirms that Clinical-grade wearables are now available that can monitor confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients who are under quarantine, whether in the home or in a healthcare setting.
Wearable biosensors receive multiple physiological signs. And when combined with advanced analytics, Kuldeep Singh Rajput says there is a "huge opportunity" in finding physiological changes indicating clinical deterioration that requires medical intervention.
While the medical community still doesn't know much about COVID-19, there are well-known signs and symptoms, such as fever, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing, "he explained." There may be physical signs such as temperature, breathing rate, and heart rate. Weight is measured by quarantine when a patient is on quarantine to detect developed conditions and ured filling issues.
Dr. Saif Abed, Director of Cybersecurity Advisory Services at Abedagram, explained that any platform that allows the general public to self-screen, virtually gain clinical guidance, be triaged, or gain support during self-isolation / quarantine. Not only in terms of diagnosis but also in terms of control as a preventive measure for public health.
Having something transmittable as a COVID-19 means that we should not go to the Family Physician or Emergency Room even on a slight feature as it spreads, so remote monitoring can be powerful.
Dr. Jay Anders, chief medical officer of Medicomp Systems, noted that during public health crises, the higher the quality information available, the better organizations will predict and plan multiple scenarios based on their probability.
Dr. Jay Anders, chief medical officer at Medicomp Systems, a provider of physician-managed point-of-care care solutions that improve EHR, said that with the outbreak of Covid-19, rapid identification and accurate diagnosis of this condition are helpful in preventing the virus to be spread.
Our Clinical Knowledge Base team constantly monitors new and existing diagnostics, guidelines and terminology to ensure that our clinical data engine is up to date and accurate. , With any clinically-relevant terminology, features and information.
According to Dr. Jay Abed, Rapid identification of the virus is serious, and the best way to get clinical guidance and terminology in front of a physician is to provide them at the point of care.
When treating a therapeutic patient, documenting chart notes should present physicians with a clinically relevant diagnosis, because when equipped with the most current information at the point of care, physicians can make an accurate and timely diagnosis.
Dr. Jay Abed said the biggest challenge of compiling and distributing clinical information is that the current EHR is filled with too much data that is neither structured nor accessible.
Dr. Jay Abed Noted that, When time is of the essence - which is currently an outbreak of coronavirus - physicians do not have time to search through screens on the screen of data to find the information they need.
He explained that clinicians need data that is compiled, stored and shared in a clinically relevant format, which allows for quick identification of the presented symptoms, but also simplifies interpretation and sharing of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And other physicians.
To slow down the spread of COVID-19, clinicians need tools that help identify potentially infected patients quickly and accurately, and share critical illness information effectively and effectively.