PaxeraHealth announces launch of CoronaCare app

PaxeraHealth announces launch of CoronaCare app

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | March 27, 2020 Health IT
PACS/VNA developer PaxeraHealth has announced the launch of CoronaCare, an application developed to help healthcare providers track COVID-19 (coronavirus) related symptoms of potentially infected patients.

The platform is designed to track and manage the symptoms of individuals and monitor their risk status. Providers will be able to categorize patient cases by severity and mitigate risks of further public spread by providing all patients with resources on how to deal with low-risk symptoms at home, while also tracking the development of symptoms in higher-risk patients and notifying them of required return visits for more in-depth care, according to the company.

CoronaCare will enable direct provider to patient communication outside of facility walls via built-in instant messaging and video calling, as well as sending frequent follow-up COVID-19 symptom tracking surveys while updating the provider portal with live patient data. The platform allows patients to access medical data from their hospital EMR via FHIR or import their own 'patient generated' data (such as from wearables/medical devices), giving providers a full view of patients’ current and previous health data. It will create geo-location maps for high risk and quarantined patients using location services.


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PaxeraHealth Corp. is a world-class medical imaging solutions developer based in Boston, MA. The company's top priority is leveraging leading-edge technology to develop next generation medical imaging solutions, including AI-based Enterprise Imaging and PACS solutions. These systems are designed to automate clients' workflow, elevate patient care, and cut departmental imaging costs.

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