DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Premier Health, in partnership withPulsara, has adapted the company’s mobile communications platform for stroke patients to help EMS agencies when they arrive with patients suspected of having COVID-19.
“EMS can now send an alert to the receiving emergency department that a suspected COVID-19 patient is in transit and the emergency team can respond with the appropriate directions to enable a safer and efficient handoff,” said Candy Skidmore, VP of service integration for emergency, trauma, CareFlight, and EMS Center of Excellence, Premier Health.
Pulsara is a communication platform accessed through an app on any smart device and was originally developed by physicians to improve coordination for time-sensitive emergencies.
Bringing together our innovative PULSARA® PLATFORM with our Internet of Lifesaving People™ advisory services to promote streamlined workflows and positive change management to enable real-time communication and information sharing for healthcare teams. It's About Time. It's About People.
The Pulsara applications are intended to facilitate communication for and accelerate preparation of acute care coordination. The applications are not intended to be relied upon for making diagnostic or treatment decisions or used in connection with monitoring a patient.