CHICAGO – IntellaTriage, a nurse triage and telehealth provider, has launched the IntellaCare mobile telehealth program for providers.
“As telehealth evolves from a simple consumer application to an integrated platform where clinical services must be required in the form of RN triage and physician care, providers are seeking solutions that improve care while doing what’s best for the patient with a complete telehealth platform,” said Suzi Meschbach, COO at IntellaTriage, in a statement.
IntellaCare uses a combination of RN triage and a fact-based protocol decision engine to streamline clinical workflows to improve the patient experience while incorporating IntellaTriage’s nationwide network of licensed RNs.
The IntellaCare system also integrates with a provider’s electronic medical records, making patient medical records available to both patients and caregivers in a HIPAA secure environment. Patients are guided through their care with intelligent, customized protocols and are ultimately given the option to speak to a live nurse or doctor through text messaging, video visits or a phone call.
“IntellaCare allows nurses and doctors to better manage their patient population with fewer resources,” said Meschbach.
Other IntellaCare features include: video visits based on provider/patient availability; customized marketing messages; education and wellness programs; medical history integration; and social media “moments” to share the progression of care with others.