Synapse Technologies connects patients to healthcare providers with telemedicine

Synapse Technologies is enlisting robots, boosting telemedicine and more to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Synapse is introducing a chat-bot COVID screening (Umebot) and a telemedicine website Umedoc built from ground up with in-house coding to help Floridians assess their risk for the virus, assess symptoms, and obtain further testing if necessary.

Pairing with local healthcare providers enables them to arm doctors and healthcare providers with the necessary tools to help the fight without being sidelined. 

The company already has teamed with Prime Medical Group, a southwest Florida medical practice, to deploy physician and nurse practitioners to enable daily rounding on vulnerable patients at risk of contracting COVID-19. 

Providing this connectivity helps to reduce the risks associated with healthcare providers unknowingly giving their patients COVID-19 and vice versa. 

Since the epidemic has started, Prime Medical treats patients in skilled rehabilitation and hospital settings. 

Before the pandemic, the company had already deployed a fleet of robots and other telepresence devices for diagnosing and treating medical conditions in a variety of facilities including skilled rehabilitation facilities, outpatient clinics, and homebound patients.

Synapse, a physician led company, engages in programming and deploying cutting edge technologies to better connect patients with their healthcare providers. 

Synapse's medical platform also runs on connected devices such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones that are readily available. 

The platform conforms to strict guidelines of HIPAA and NIST, privacy regulations that govern medical care.

Synapse has devices deployed in a variety of facilities including Cypress Cove Living in Fort Myers and ManorCare Lely Palms in Naples, FL, and looks to partner with other forward-thinking medical organizations and practices.

For more information about this news, visit www.umedoc.com.

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