Remote Training for Non-Medical Caregivers
Older people are more susceptible to the most serious effects of coronavirus, including organ failure and severe breathing issues. For non-medical caregivers working in assisted living facilities and other areas, knowledge of infectious disease training is probably limited. Through DrOwl, these individuals can be privy to remote training sessions conducted by skilled doctors and nurses with experience in infectious diseases. Proper training ensures both the caregiver and the person being cared for are able to remain safe and secure.
Video Conferencing With Physicians, Patients, & Others
When a patient is in quarantine
, their family members will naturally want to be updated regarding symptoms and complications. That’s why DrOwl also offers three-way conferencing, so loved ones can be included in health updates provided by knowledgeable doctors. Video conferencing can also be conducted between patients, DrOwl physicians, and local health department authorities, who will afford even greater insight to the patient.