University of Chicago did a great job of adjusting to a new virtual rounding process, creating real connections and allowing for patients to connect with their providers.
One particular quote stood out to Bioscape:
“But what happened, which was very interesting to us as we started doing these calls, is that since the patients are alone, that the human connection was vital for patients,” Murphy stated. “Patients liked having someone in the organization who wasn’t walking in with a mask on or with gloves or a gown on, and having a connection with them about how are they doing.”
To read the article click here. Bioscape fundamentally agrees with this approach, but also believes adding video to this rounding would allow for a more seamless and mask-less connection. To request a demo, click here.