NOBLESVILLE, Ind., May 27, 2020 – Interactive Digital Solutions (IDS) is pleased to announce the MedSitter Rapid Response Virtual Implementation Program; a program aimed at reducing unnecessary exposure with infectious patients by implementing virtual patient monitoring technology. With the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, hospitals nationwide have begun using the program to provide remote communication with patients carrying the disease.
“Providers are experiencing a new challenge for most healthcare models,” explained Nicholas Luthy, VP of Product. “As restricted visitor policies have become the norm within most hospitals, we are often asked if our telehealth solutions can be implemented remotely. The answer is emphatically YES!”
The Virtual Implementation Program allows healthcare facilities of all sizes to manage increased demand while keeping patients, employees, and technicians safe. The result is reduced risks associated with infectious disease exposure, decreased consumption of valuable PPE, and improved social engagement for patients.
Rapid Response Virtual Implementation
The program is designed to deliver a complete, pre-configured software + hardware solution, which is deployed remotely, without the need for onsite technicians. The virtual onboarding process includes:
- Provisioning of cloud software, network assessments and telecom readiness
- Shipment of fully assembled and configured MedSitter mobile carts
- Immersive clinical training and education provided by experienced RNs
- Post-launch tier 1 support from the IDS 24/7 Customer Care Center
Tracy Mills, CEO of IDSolutions, affirmed, “We are determined to use every ounce of our talent, resources, and partner relationships to help win the fight against COVID-19. It is our goal to upgrade our country’s remote and telehealth workforces by becoming an extension to care teams nationwide, and help get the economy back on track.”
Organizations interested in learning about MedSitter, and the Rapid Response Virtual Implementation Program, are asked to contact IDS for more information.