The Tryten (Seattle, WA) Healthcare Team has responded to COVID-19 by announcing two solutions that help safely address how to provide more practitioners and how to connect with at-risk populations.
“Today, we need health care providers to triage, monitor and treat those impacted by the COVID-19 virus and we need to be able to connect family members to their loved ones who may be in quarantine or isolation,” said Dr. Deborah A. Jeffries, global director of health care at Tryten. “Hopefully, with the introduction of two solutions that make access to patients easier, Tryten can help ease some of the stress we are all going through at this time.”
Tryten has introduced the Virtual Visitor to assist in remote video visitations and the Virtual Rounding Assistant so practitioners can see patients easily and safely using live interactive video no matter where the patient is located.
“It’s so important to find every way possible to assist in combating COVID-19,” said Tony Janzen, founder and CEO of Tryten. “I am working with the Tryten Healthcare Team and our partners to ensure we do all that we can to support those in need.”
For more information, visit https://tryten.com.