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The Garage's Current COVID-19 Response and Solutions

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Ignite
Provide critical support to vulnerable populations during the coronavirus pandemic

The Garage’s telehealth application, Ignite, is empowering risk-bearing healthcare organizations—from hospitals to accountable care organizations (ACOs) and federally qualified health centers (FQHCS)—to overcome communication and disruption-of-care challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.

As COVID-19 significantly affects access to care, high-risk patient populations, like those with chronic conditions, feel the impact of constrained resources acutely.

Ignite, a HIPAA-compliant telehealth app compatible with text, audio, and video, enables healthcare organizations to provide critical support to vulnerable populations during the coronavirus pandemic. The product includes:

  • Virtual triage of individuals who may have COVID-19—essential to preventing exposure among healthy individuals while containing the spread of the virus
  • Home-based COVID-19 care for those with mild symptoms
  • Chronic condition management
  • Virtual homecare services
  • Remote intensive care services
  • General healthcare follow-up, including after hospitalization
  • Medication adherence management
  • Care coordination via referrals to specialists

Remote vitals monitoring is performed via wearable devices integrated with the Ignite platform and pushes alerts to healthcare professionals when immediate medical attention is needed.

Implementation of the Ignite platform takes just two to three days and can be performed in-house through a workflow designed by The Garage for the current environment with no dependency on existing EMR systems.