Digisahayam - an assisted telemedicine program developed by the BRIDGE Centre for Digital Health aims to improve quality and access to healthcare through trained personnel who help urban underprivileged populations access tele-medicine platforms.
An interoperable and innovative platform that embeds electronic health records, an in-built clinical decision support system, and numerous state-of-the-art digital health technologies provide a physician with comprehensive information regarding the patients’ medical history and present illnesses.
A simple yet comprehensive symptom-based template is used to collect history, perform physical examinations, and carry out laboratory investigations before initiating a tele-consultation, thereby saving time and improving quality of care.
This is particularly relevant given the current COVID-19 pandemic and the difficulties in accessing and obtaining routine primary care services in such unprecedented situations.
BRIDGE Centre in News
The @BRIDGECentreIND at the @INDIACCDC conducted a three-day sensitization #workshop at the vice chancellor's office of the University of Health Sciences in Rohtak to apprise #physicians and staff members of #community health centers about the #Digisahayam
Improving access to primary as well as tertiary care for the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized societies living in remote, rural as well as urban locations through assisted telemedicine solutions using trained health workers.
Improving the quality of telemedicine care by equipping physicians with all the necessary patient information required to make evidence-based clinical decisions.
Our Defining Elements
Digital health technology connecting patients to primary and tertiary care through trained personnel especially during unprecedented situations of Covid-19.
Quality training is provided to health workers to deliver supported telemedicine services.
Improving Quality of Care
Point-of-care diagnostics, and tech-enabled clinical decision support systems, improve healthcare communication.
Real-time monitoring & feedback mechanisms
Quality standards are ensured by supportive supervision, on-the-spot monitoring, and feedback from stakeholders.
Reducing the Need of Follow-up Visits
Assisted telemedicine at registered telemedicine centres aids in reducing follow-up visits to health facilities, especially for patients in chronic care.
(Includes all home visits & people interacted with)
Glimpses from Telemedicine Centres