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Teletriage

WHAT IS TELETRIAGE?

Teletriage is a collection of means or methods for enhancing health care, public health and health education delivery and support using telecommunications technologies. Teletriage encompasses a broad variety of technologies and tactics to deliver virtual medical, health, and education services. Teletriage is not a specific service, but a collection of means to enhance care and education delivery.

WHAT IS A TRIAGE NURSE?

A telephone triage nurse is a nursing professional that helps patients determine what type of care they need over the phone. They often provide a cursory assessment of the patients and help them decide if they need to seek emergency treatment, make an appointment with a doctor, or treat themselves at home.

GBUAHN and GBUACO are embarking on a system that puts health care literally in the hands of their patients.

Pioneering what is to come in the world of medicine, the two organizations will be utilizing Teletriage – which consists of a remote medical exam that imitates an in-office visit.

With Teletriage, doctors, patient health navigators, and everyone involved in a patient’s care can efficiently work together, each in their location, speeding up an episode of care and helping to avoid unnecessary emergency room and urgent care visits.

Teletriage means Better Patient Experience

  • No waiting rooms
  • No long wait times
  • No travel costs and hassles
  • More convenient

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TELETRIAGE NURSE ADVICE LINE

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