New solution to remotely support your patients during COVID-19
The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a serious threat, with public health officials urging clinics to postpone appointments and encouraging patients to distance, isolate and quarantine themselves. This can be an exceptionally hard time for those with underlying mental health problems, as the crisis exacerbates hysteria, stress, anxiety, sadness and other strong emotions.
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Rose is a HIPAA-compliant patient engagement tool that allows providers to stay connected with patients, remotely track patient progress, provide coping resources, assign homework exercises, give self-care tips and more - allowing the augmentation and enhancement of care provided during this difficult time.
Rose will help you to engage patient care remotely and get real-time health metrics on your patients.
Rose responds to COVID-19
Rose tackles COVID-19 for patients
Stay connected with your provider and continue care remotely
Receive up-to-date, reliable information and support
Have access to self-care insights and coping mechanisms
Go through guided breathing exercises and meditation sessions
Empowerment to learn COVID-19 facts vs. myths from credible sources
Providers benefit from using Rose
Utilize remote monitoring of mental health through validated assessments (PHQ-9 & GAD-7)
Get real-time notification on patient health status and identify patients in need
Receive 2-way feedback mechanism from patients built into the mobile app
Optimize care management resources
Rose is working with Johns Hopkins Medicine to support patient care. Johns Hopkins experts have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19.
This website is a resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.
We will provide an FAQ guide, tips on using Rose, digital resources for your patients with step-by-step instructions, and video tutorials to use - all free of charge.
Again, we are all in this together!