Doctors can now monitor patients remotely. Thanks to applications – Technology – Science and technology

The excessive burden of the coronary crisis hit the outpatient doctors in full force. They struggle with the daily management of patients with covid, chronic diseases and routine treatment.

Administrative tasks related to writing e-recipes, pennies, eyebrows, documents about overcoming the disease COVID-19 increase the pressure on them. Healthcare professionals are aware of their responsibility for the patient, but the reality is that today they are on the brink of force, which is also taken away by bureaucracy or actions that do not require direct meetings. What about that?

A solution to this situation exists and calls Hilbi. It is a technology that quickly, easily and reliably helps physicians in the management of patient care and has been available free of charge to all physicians in Slovakia since February.

Remote patient management

“Today is an extreme burden on all doctors. Phones in outpatient clinics ring nonstop, and the doctor does not call a patient who has a pneumonia at home or a patient who needs a liver or a certificate of overcoming COVID-19. On the other hand, there are nervous patients who cannot call, but do not realize that the doctor cares for more than two thousand people, “notes Hilbi’s medical team coordinator, Dr. Andrea Švrčková.

“Hilbi helps doctors to know the patient’s symptoms and health profile in advance and to arrange all requirements and thus leave telephone lines free for emergencies. Informs patients about the doctor’s online availability and request processing. In addition, the doctor or nurse can communicate with them via encrypted Medical chat directly with the medical software, “adds the doctor.

Hilbi services are currently available to approximately 1,500 physicians in Slovakia within the ADAM medical software from CGM. However, doctors can use Hilbi services without this software, directly at hilbi.com in the doctor’s zone.

“The possibility of easy forwarding of the patient’s histological findings is an innovation that I can appreciate daily in my gastrointestinal clinics Symed.sk.” MUDr. Peter Slezák

In the beginning, they will invite patients who they know are currently suitable for online management. “The benefit for the patient is safe and reliable delivery of required information, navigation in the treatment process and prevention, up to the possibility of receiving documents such as pennies or examination results,” is one from the positions of Hilbi Health director Patrik Kmeč.

“We have created a systemic foundation that connects the patient and his doctor and pushes healthcare options into the 21st century. We are currently focusing on outpatient patient care during development, and subsequently the development will focus on patient management within hospitals, ”he explains.

e-Recipe without the need to call the patient

After contacting a doctor in Hilbi, the patient sees his medication and, if he has missed it, requests a new one with one click. The doctor receives the prescription request directly into the medical software and performs a prescription. The system then informs the patient. This eliminates the need for telephone calls and lines remain available for emergencies.

Online patient health profile

Thanks to the Life ID tool, the patient has the opportunity to create their own unique health profile and share it with their doctor. The patient records data such as temperature, heart rate, pressure or blood glucose in the instrument. In this way, the doctor can remotely assess the patient’s condition, monitor the treatment or re-evaluate the need for a visit.

The data is secured by encryption both on the transmission and in the personal Health Cloud, which is managed only by the owner – user. These data will be gradually enriched with environmental and behavioral data, creating a holistic health profile for the user.

Also for diabetics, cardiac patients or cancer patients

Hilbi will bring a completely new cashless payment system, where the doctor can provide services online even beyond the scope of statutory insurance. The patient can also use them remotely and pay for them with one click.

The Hilbi team is currently finalizing the digitization of the Diabetic Diary, which will allow 300,000 Slovak diabetics to transmit their data to diabetologists online directly to their medical software. “Cooperation with doctors such as Professor Peter Turčány, Dr. Jaroslav Fábry or Dr. Radoslav Zámborský, who with their experience complete the actual use of technology in practice, extremely motivates us to innovate further and help doctors and patients,” adds Patrik Kmeč.

Other important services are being prepared, such as the management of a cardiological patient after heart surgery or the monitoring of oncological patients for maintenance treatment.


Source: Pravda.sk – Veda a technika by vat.pravda.sk.

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