Nautilus Medical, Inc. Partners With PDI Communication Systems, Inc. To Offer Simple, Secure Telehealth Solution for Healthcare Needs During Covid-19
Nautilus Medical, Inc., a US leader in telehealth solutions and PDi Communication Systems, Inc. , a leading US manufacturer of TVs built for hospitals, and are proud to combine forces to launch the simplest, safest telehealth solution for healthcare providers, patients, and senior living residents. Built with the advantages of industry’s most intuitive user experience and integrated camera/mic on hospital TV displays built for infection control, this stands to become the largest telehealth platform in the US. To minimize risks of coronavirus, this new system allows physicians, patients and caregivers to meet face to face via video calls from a safe distance. Many families and residents of senior living centers can also easily video chat and lessen the feelings of alienation during this pandemic crisis.
“We are pleased to partner with Nautilus on this mission to provide simpler, more accessible care and communications during a time of crisis and serve as a reliable health communication platform in the future,” says Marisa Vilardo, Director of Sales & Marketing at PDi.
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Serving only the healthcare industry, this combination of hardware and software experts provide a safe telehealth system that is easy to implement and easy to use. No other platform on the market has this breadth of reach or technological capability. Available on a mobile cart or bedside arm-mounted system, PDi medTAB healthcare-grade touchscreen devices have the distinct advantage of having an integrated camera/microphone; no external camera is needed. medTAB devices are built for stringent hospital cleaning and disinfection, unlike commercial or consumer tablets. The proven Nautilus HIPAA-compliant TeleRay telehealth platform not only meets privacy standards, it has a simple user experience. The team at Nautilus also provides free technical support for implementation and reimbursement advice. Unlike many other solutions, there is no requirement for changes to existing health records systems or scheduling systems.
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Nautilus CEO Tim Kelley noted, “Under the current state of emergency and clear path to ongoing use of telehealth platforms, this partnership will allow thousands of patients and senior living residents safe, reliable access to advice and care.”