We are seeing lots of digital health innovation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is (an ever expanding) list of the innovations we have come across that are contributing to the fight against the global pandemic.
Cherish Health has launched Safe@Home, a home patient monitoring system for COVID-19 that includes wirelessly connected wearable biosensors, COVID-19-specific care pathways available under open source, and a command center model to support the care of individuals diagnosed with the virus where they live, or to help them return home sooner and continue to receive care upon discharge from a hospital.
COVIDcheck is a free public digital health service launched by The Commons Project aimed at helping people and public health authorities respond to the impact of COVID-19 in countries around the world. The app provides remote screening of patients, assessing their level of risk of COVID-19 infection, followed by guidance on what action to take.
KroniKar are piloting iThermo – an AI-powered temperature-screening solution that screens and identifies those having or showing symptoms of fever. iThermo is currently being piloted at IHiS headquarters in Serangoon North and St. Andrews Community Hospital (SACH) in Singapore.
BrightMD have provided free telehealth evaluation and screening to all hospitals in the US. Patients can obtain advice in accoradnce with CDC recommendations, 24 hours a day. The service aims to help hospitals and other healthcare providers to mitigate the impact and spread of COVID-19.
The Kompa group launched a real-time dashboard to keep track of the latest statistics and information on COVID-19 in Vietnam. The website enables vietnamese users to keep track of the number of COVID-19 cases and receive the latest information on the global pandemic from reliable resources. The idea arose as a result of the absence of a Vietnamese language supported platform on the internet.
The US based company Praktice have launched a COVID-19 digital screening and consult consult module. The system triages patients for COVID-19 infection, free of charge, and provides them with appropriate advice and information, based on the most recent CDC guidelines.
MayaMD.ai have developed a coronavirus tool on their application which analyses a patient's symptoms and provides them with up to date information in regards to changing guidelines.
RX.Health have released a comprehensive COVID-19 digital toolkit for hospitals which provides support education, triage, telehealth and home based surveillance under one platform.
Lets Talk Interactive have launched a COVID-19 response platform which uses telehealth services as a triage tool to help patients navigate their symptoms while providing access to virtual treatment and monitoring while in isolation.