OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – With so many circumstances of COVID-19 and deaths in nursing properties in Oklahoma, many are scrambling for protected options.
One Oklahoma-Metropolis primarily based firm is now providing a service that enables docs to go to and monitor sufferers in nursing properties and hospitals with out PPE or an in-person go to.
Communication platform, Monscierge has been in enterprise for about 10 years with a deal with the resort and hospitality industries however they’re including to that mannequin throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
“The primary concept that got here to thoughts is how we may use our communication platform for docs and nurses to speak with sufferers by way of video to assist cut back the necessity for PPE,” mentioned Monscierge CEO Marcus Robinson.
Along with hospitals, Robinson and his workforce additionally noticed the massive want in nursing properties, the place in lots of circumstances the virus has unfold shortly.
“We’re seeing a giant demand for any such expertise for that scenario,” he mentioned.
By means of Monscierge, sufferers, docs and nurses can join with only one contact of a button.
It additionally permits docs and nurses to watch sufferers from their room or hospital room remotely.
“So they’ll maintain visible contact from the physician’s station or nurses’s station which is completely different from a Skype or FaceTime Name,” mentioned Robinson.
He says this expertise can cut back the necessity for hazmat fits and different types of PPE, a treasured commodity – however healthcare staff say it additionally could be a supply of consolation for sufferers.
“They mentioned the truth that utilizing the expertise allowed them to share a smile with the affected person was a giant factor that allowed them to really feel comfy when lots of them are fearful or scared and we thought that was a extremely cool factor to come back out of it as properly,” mentioned Robinson.
Monscierge launched this new service about 2 weeks in the past and clients from throughout the nation and world have been contacting them.
They’ll be putting in their first service subsequent week.
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