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Free Clinical Communication Solution

AngelEye Health is offering its Clinical Communication Solution free for 6 months to help meet CDC directives to utilize telemedicine technologies to minimize the potential exposure of patients and staff to COVID-19.

At AngelEye, we want our hospital partners and all healthcare facilities to know we understand the added pressure COVID-19 is putting on staff and families. During these challenging and uncertain times, we want to assist you and your staff in our own modest way. We believe our  Clinical Communication Solution supports CDC directives to minimize potential exposures of patients and staff to COVID-19. We want to help you  keep families connected to their loved ones’ while facing potential disruption to everyday life and  hospital visitation restrictions that may affect their ability to visit.

Christopher Rand, CEO


What is our Clinical Communication Solution?

Our solution allows the care-team to send secure, HIPAA compliant, one-way communication updates (photo, video, text messages) to parents and guardians through any internet-enabled device and/or our free App. The App makes it simple to share vital updates and memorable moments during this time of increased stress.
Text Examples

Updates on baby’s status such as current weight, po feed accomplishments, changes in the care plan, need to bring in more EBM.

Video Examples

Provide brief video updates from the clinical team providing an overview of the baby’s plan of care for the shift, introduction of nurse or other care team members for next shift, education such as g-tube or trach care, daily events such as working with OT/PT/SLP.

Photo Examples

Capture memorable moments such as during/after a bath, finishing a bottle, transitioning to a crib, picture of baby’s weight on a scale.

A Message from our Clinical Team

AngelEye Health understands the unique needs and challenges faced in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) environment. We are committed to supporting you, your team, and the patients and families you serve as the Coronavirus situation continues to evolve. Click the button to read more.

Attention to Security

AngelEye Health is committed to ensuring the confidentiality, privacy, integrity, and availability of all electronic protected health information (ePHI) it receives, maintains, processes and/or transmits on behalf of its Customers. Contact us for information about our security policies and procedures.

Getting Started

We’ve made the process easy and as seamless as possible. With a few simple steps, you can be up and communicating in as little as a week. It's a 4-step process that includes everything you need from a simple agreement and security protocols to training materials for a successful start.

I Want to Learn More

We are ready to help you get all the information you need to implement this crucial program. Click the button below to schedule a 30-minute call.

Safeguard Patients, Families, and Staff

We’ve created an easy way for you to quickly address some of your communication challenges when families cannot be at the hospital. The Clinical Communication Solution can help you:

  • Comply with the CDC’s recommendation to utilize telemedicine technologies to minimize potential exposures of patients and staff to Coronavirus. The CDC’s latest recommendations to minimize exposure of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) include relying on telehealth and telecommunication solutions to prevent families from potentially exposing themselves, patients, hospital personnel, or others to the virus.
  • Minimize fears and keep parents connected to their infants’ care while facing potential disruption to everyday life that may affect their ability to visit their infants in the NICU. Many might encounter transportation system disruptions, school closures, potential resource/supply shortages that leave parents and families in the difficult position of not being able to be present in the NICU.
  • Support quality of care and long-term outcomes of NICU patients by quickly communicating with parents and guardians. Giving parents the ability to see pictures and videos of their infant while away from the NICU can support breastmilk production, attachment and bonding, as well as provide emotional support and comfort during times of separation.