How will family physicians, hospitals, and community health organization support the masses of house quarantined individuals?

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With the exponential growth in numbers of quarantined patients and individuals in isolation, the global health care system is about to face an unforeseen challenge: providing remote care and patient support on a scale like never before. Docola Inc. has a enterprise level solution that is already being utilized in the US, Canada and the UK.


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It is imperative that healthcare CTOs actively engage solutions like Docola as soon as possible.

Docola is a unique, state-of-the-art, integrated, healthcare communication and patient education platform, with content available from numerous organizations. Docola enables healthcare providers and hospitals to e-prescribe and track patient communication, dramatically improving how they support patients before, after, or between face-to-face visits or on telemedicine appointments. The platform and many of the resources are freely available, with some content offered for a licensing fee.

As this COVID19 pandemic progresses, Docola’s platform is ready to alleviate the operational stress falling on clinics and hospitals, as they are now required to communicate with large patient populations remotely, between less frequent medical visits. Quarantined patients can learn about their medical status and self care with online courses, which come directly from their physicians. And the platform can track patient activity for efficacy, medical record keeping, and process improvement.

Eran Kabakov, CEO stated, "We are closely monitoring the fluid situation of Covid19. We ramped up our outreach to current clients and informing other healthcare organizations on our solution. We know that telemedicine will not be the ultimate solution to supporting quarantined individuals. With the expected numbers of patients and operational stress on healthcare providers, it is important to look for technology that is able to efficiently support a massive population. Startups have the answers and are ready for prime-time, it is imperative that healthcare CTOs actively engage solutions like Docola as soon as possible."

Docola is a highly socially-conscious medical service company, that recognizes that pertinent communication that builds trusted relationships between providers and patients lie at the core of modern healthcare - and all the more so in the data-based network that defines our 21st Century. To allow meaningful connection with patients beyond the increasingly infrequent office visit, Docola has developed a state-of-the-art communication platform that delivers patient care through timely, personalized data and pertinent medical information and education. This platform enables healthcare providers to curate and aggregate information from any trustworthy source(s), combine the material into informative courses, e-prescribe the content directly to their patients, and track all pertinent analytics of their participation, understanding, and wellness. This service is free to healthcare providers, patients, and content providers.

In the case of COVID-19 or any other medical urgency, Docola makes it easy for clinics to quickly create patient communication courses based on information arriving from the CDC, the NIH, and many other trusted organizations. Clinics and hospitals can then rapidly and easily e-prescribe this information, with varying levels of medical detail, to individuals and patient categories, in selected age and/or risk groups.

To help clinics understand and utilize the Docola platform, Chief Executive Officer Eran Kabakov, is offering free 15-minute informational Zoom webinars this week on March 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th at 12 Noon ET and 12:30pm ET each day. During these sessions, he will demonstrate how you can benefit, by using the platform, adding content, and then e-prescribing relevant and personalized advice, instructions, prescriptions, and instructions to patients. To participate in the Zoom webinar, visit this link.

For more information, visit, contact, or follow the company on Twitter @docolainc.

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