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Tactio Health Group's Current COVID-19 Response and Solutions

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Remote patient monitoring and engagement
Remote monitoring for COVID-19 patients to help limit intake and manage hospital capacity

Tactio Health Group has developed a COVID-19 program that allows physicians to monitor, engage, and communicate with medium-risk patients in the comfort and safety of their home, saving bed capacity for high-risk patients.

Tactio Care can help hospitals preserve bed capacity for the high-risk patients with the use of a comprehensive COVID-19 program designed for medium-risk patients that are provided care at home through Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM). Among the new core features of the program are remote-monitoring capabilities, such as a COVID-19 symptoms questionnaire, body temperature tracker, respiratory rate tracker, pulse oximetry tracker, clinical alerting, and secured messaging.

Risk Stratification Strategy Required to Manage Hospital Bed Capacity

Patients receiving a positive COVID-19 test are stratified in three risk levels: Low, Medium, and High.

  • Low-risk patients can usually be sent home and quarantined and are instructed to call back if their condition or symptoms worsen.
  • Medium-risk patients are also sent home and self-quarantined to permit the hospital to preserve bed capacity for highrisk patients. This is where Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) really comes into play, as it allows providers to monitor these medium-risk patients’ symptoms in their home environment by collecting their health symptoms and measurements and guiding their treatment by exchanging secured text messages, documents, photos, web links, or video calls.
  • High-risk patients are hospitalized for continuous monitoring/care in acute or ICU beds.
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