of Physicians are suffering from stress and burnout.
is the average patient wait time to see a Specialist.
staffing shortage. A lack of physician and nursing shortage.
Hippo’s hands-free, voice-activated, wearable computing solutions deliver a “through the eyes of the clinician” viewpoint allowing healthcare practitioners to communicate in real time with remote colleagues in the field to support medical teaching, rounding, proctoring, and specialist consultations.
The Hippo Virtual Care headset delivers a “through the eyes of a clinician” viewpoint.
The Hippo Virtual Care platform allows care collaborators to communicate and access health information in real-time.
Health Systems are implementing Physician Extender programs to improve physician coverage and productivity across the health system
Many physicians are reticent to use Clinician Extenders due to concerns about effective Training, Proctoring, Consulting, Collaborating and Emergency Support
Clinician Extenders are skilled clinicians working at the top of their license by collaborating with physicians remotely, especially specialty physicians
Hippo provides a Remote "U-See what I-See" workflow solution that allows a physician real-time access to a Clinician Extender and their patient as if they were physically in the room
Thomas Matthew, MD
Director, Johns Hopkins Cardiothoracic Surgery Program at Suburban Hospital
A First Responder (Police, Fire Rescue, or EMT technician) uses telehealth guided by an ER physician to assess and treat patients on the scene. Early intervention with lifesaving drugs, treatment, and preparation can greatly improve the quality of care and outcomes.
Result: EMT reduced cost of $223 per call due to reduced patient transport, reduced ER charges of more than $2,000 for one-third of patient transports (eliminated by point-of-care treatment), reduced ER load, and increased patient and physician satisfaction.
Using Hippo Virtual Care, Medical Directors and specialist physicians can consult remotely with long-term care and nursing home nurses and care aides working with a patient to improve early detection and intervention for deteriorating chronic conditions. Family members can also be included to improve family awareness of patient conditions.
Result: Implementing bedside access of patients by specialists using remote virtual care can save an average nursing home $11K annually with reduced emergency and hospital admissions.
Physicians can remotely assess and intervene in patient care at home working with a caregiver with a virtual care headset at the point of care. By detecting and alerting physicians to changing patient conditions, clinicians can intervene quickly to adjust patient care.
Result: Virtual Care in the home can greatly reduce medical loss by intervening early on patient issues. If the 5% of High Use patients could decrease one acute care episode a year it would impact national healthcare costs by 10% and lead to happy, healthier lives for patients.
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