Creating disaster communications plans can be complex, especially in healthcare when so much is at stake. Disasters and disruptions can happen at any time. You must be prepared in the event your systems go down. Key to that response is having a disaster communication tool, not dependent on the network or power of the location.
The only logical device that fits this description is a personal smartphone. By having a BYOD policy in place that allows secure messaging applications, you’ll empower your staff to keep communication lines open.While disaster communication plans have many factors, we’ve simplified some best practices into five steps. Navigate your way through disaster communications planning with this helpful advice.
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Symptom checkers can increase patient access by providing guidance and visit qualification checks 24 hours a day. They break down barriers by providing patients with the information they need most during those times when it can be difficult to reach a provider. The tools are also helping prevent misdiagnoses in these situations.
It is critical that underserved populations receive the care they deserve, as the global community continues to wrestle with the pandemic. Here at QliqSOFT, we are aware of the communication gap that too often exists in hospitals and clinics, ultimately keeping individuals from preventative and life-saving care.