2nd April 2020
Plusimple is offering to work with partners who want to use its certified digital communication network that connects healthcare providers with citizens and patients
Plusimple is a multi-purpose web and mobile network for healthcare providers, patients and citizens. It aims to support citizens with critical healthcare information during the pandemic, as well as providing a single space for healthcare providers to access digital tools to help streamline their workload, and a space to securely track and collect patient data.
The platform includes a series of features to allow clinical activities to be conducted remotely, including video consultation, web chat and a digital triage system, which will help reduce the burden on healthcare systems and limit non-essential social interactions. The platform can be used to create healthcare professional “communities” to easily and securely share information and collaborate with peers.
For citizens and patients, the network also provides a valuable space where they will be able to access social support solutions such as up-to-date information on COVID-19 from certified bodies, therefore helping to manage the dissemination of “fake” news.
Plusimple is looking to collaborate with public and healthcare institutions as well as national health services in Europe on using the network during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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