Send information rich alerts to receiving facilities care teams that include images such as EKG. Avoid expensive proprietary hardware. Include accreditation data for receiving facility to spur information sharing for research and QA – QI.
Easy data capture, analysis and sharing. Export to CSV, Excel, Word, and PDF. Engage out of hospital providers in metric sharing and system improvements.
Expanded features include a built in EMR designed with ease of use, ease-of-learning in mind. Leveraging a mobile-first GUI and Google-Chrome technology allows for advantages to be included like speech-to-text, geo-location, and auto-fill.
Built in Telehealth features including SMS, push-to-call and WebRTC based SSL encrypted point-to-point real-time video.
About Virtual ER Network
The Virtual ER Network is an all encompassing data-aggregation and sharing system that allows for the trifecta of 'facility/medical director/remote medical team' communication and information sharing. The system was the dream of it's company clinically experienced founders to be able to facilitate the 'centrifuging' of a suite of 'best-practice' services that allow for availability of a medical framework to fully implement Mobile Integrated Health (MIH). Unlike other software-vendors or service providers, the system with the associated services provides a near turn-key framework for MIH implementation as other systems are disparate and 'silo-separated' and hence do not integrate without significant custom enhancements.
Virtual ER Technical Team
Dr Aaron Mckinney
Nathan A Lewis RN
Robert Schoenbeck BS
John Brumbaugh BS
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