Patients can add their personal information, medical history, and symptoms directly into the app. This gives healthcare providers everything they need before initiating a virtual appointment.
Telemedicine has been on the rise for some time – The Covid-19 pandemic has caused its use to increase rapidly in a short period. The fast adoption of the new healthcare model has caused problems to arise that impact quality of care, with communication within the medium being an important consideration.
Doctrin is streamlining telemedicine by creating an all-in-one platform for patients and healthcare providers that contains all the information doctors need to make decisions. Users are given a secure ID to log in to the app where they can provide their details, medical history, and current symptoms in their own time. A report is generated from the information that the doctor can use to assess the patient’s required level of care.
Doctrin will sort patients based on criteria set by the healthcare provider, so their case is sent to the correct doctor or unit. This can be done automatically by the system by setting rules for automatic triage. Doctors can communicate with the patient through video chat or text chat to get the information they may need before deciding the next step, whether that is bringing them in for a physical assessment or prescribing medication.
Doctrin saves patients and doctors time by ensuring their case is seen by the right healthcare provider and keeping health records easy to access.