Most healthcare systems have telehealth capabilities for scheduled patients but often struggle with telehealth solutions for unscheduled and acute care. Pulsara PATIENT provides a HIPAA-compliant solution for provider-to-patient or provider-to-provider live video calls, so your facility can convert unscheduled audio calls into billable telemedicine calls.
With Pulsara PATIENT, clinicians can even provide white-coat reassurance and counseling to family members who may be unable to be with their loved ones due to restrictive visitation policies.
With Pulsara PATIENT, medics in the field can quickly and easily consult with physicians and care teams from the patient's home or the incident scene. EMS and hospital staff can dynamically exchange vital patient information, seek second opinions, and share relevant case information—using the app as a force multiplier and provide patients with the highest possible quality of care.
Pulsara PATIENT can be used both for outpatients who need teletriage, don't need to come to the hospital, or need to be connected with a clinician while in medical isolation, and for inpatients, where the patient's personal device can be used to reduce clinician exposure in cases of infectious disease, for example.
Pulsara PATIENT is simple and fast to set up. Simply text the patient or designated contact the link, they click it to download the app, and are then set up to receive live video calls from any provider.
"From the beginning, Pulsara’s purpose has been to improve the lives of patients and caregivers through innovative communication and Pulsara PATIENT does just that—supporting care teams towards better communication and coordination between their patients and each other."
The Pulsara platform is a HIPAA-compliant, secure, easy-to-use app that unites the entire care team—even if they are in different departments or organizations (rural or urban)! By replacing multiple phone calls, radio reports, faxes, and pagers with one unified patient channel, care providers see reduced treatment times, reduced costs, and improve the lives of both patients and caregivers.