Teletriage connects field based emergency Healthcare practitioners with physicians at the command centre for rapid assessment and diagnosis. Teletransmission of the digital health assessment improves patient prioritization and referral to appropriate care delivery.
What is Teletriage ?
Teletriage is one of the 5 acts of telemedicine. It consists in connecting emergency health practitioners in the field with the attending physician located at the command center.
Digitized remote transmission of photos, videos, documents, 12-lead ECG for a complete medical assessment via an augmented telemedicine platform.
The efficiency of collaboration between in-field practitioners and off-site physicians is greatly improved allowing for faster decision-making in terms of a patient’s pre-hospital care plan and orientation.
The mobile telemedicine application on tablet, complete with connected medical devices, digitizes and transmits medical assessments to the emergency/911 command center.
The online telemedicine platform allows the attending physician at the command center to consult digital health assessments transmitted by the field practitioners.
For Who ?
Firefighters and private paramedic services
Doctors (Mobile Emergency and Resuscitation Services, Emergency GP Services)
First aid and medical services associations for events
Health professionals in isolated areas
Triage physicians (911/emergency command centers)
911/Emergency Command Center Operator
Improve patient orientation and care delivery
Strengthen collaboration with the 911/Emergency Command Center
Ensure the forensic traceability of emergency interventions
Accelerate the decision-making process
Reduce avoidable hospitalization
Promote equal access to care for all, everywhere