All through the 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic, prompt, fast, and enterprise-wide communication is necessary for delaying the propagation of the virus and making sure of the continuity of service.
Not everything is understood about the Novel Coronavirus including how it is passed on. It is a rapidly-changing situation and new data is continually being circulated by scientists and public health experts. That data and revisions to policies and protocols must be quickly conveyed across healthcare institutions. It is additionally essential for healthcare experts to keep track of the status of patients who are on self-quarantine at home after showing signs of COVID-19.
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic is subjecting health systems to great stress and it is crucial to have speedy, efficient, and reliable internal and external communication.
TigerConnect, the prominent provider of a safe healthcare communication platform, will conduct a free webinar featuring the company’s healthcare communication specialists who will talk about the best practices in communication and collaboration to facilitate organizational readiness, efficient response, and service continuity for the duration of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic, and for other similar instances of crisis.
The following will be discussed by TigerConnect during the webinar:
- guidelines for workflow readiness
- ways to speed up internal and external communication
- efficient broadcasting of essential updates to personnel and external partners
- how to expedite patient diagnosis and quarantine workflows
- the most effective way to prioritize monitoring of critical patients
- how to keep the staff safe
- how to take advantage of text messaging to keep track of patients who are on self-quarantine at home
Over 6,000 healthcare organizations have adopted the TigerConnect platform to work and communicate with others effectively. Singapore Health is one healthcare organization that is using the TigerConnect platform for enabling improved enterprise-wide communication and coordination during the COVID-19 crisis. Singapore Health received a commendation for the productivity and efficiency of its response to the COVID crisis. TigerConnect is going to share facts about the lessons realized to give U.S. healthcare providers assistance on how to better deal with the COVID-19 crisis.
The Chief Medical Information Officer of TigerConnect, Dr. Will O’Connor, and its Nurse Executive, Julie Grenuk, will host the webinar in a live presentation and a Q&A session. The webinar will held on Thursday, March 19th, 2020, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT. Visit this page to register for the free webinar.