• Mobile Angel

Re-engineered App for COVID-19 Management

Updated: Nov 6, 2020

A team of repeat entrepreneurs has been working hard to build an important mobile application for cancer patients and their care teams.

The original functionality is 90% of what clinics and patients need for telemedicine tracking, reporting, and urgent care for COVID-19 patients. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, recent updates have been made to meet the current needs of healthcare professionals.

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) advises that individuals exhibiting the following COVID-19 symptoms should contact their healthcare provider:

  1. Fever

  2. Cough

  3. Shortness of breath

  4. Difficulty breathing

With Mobile-Angel, symptomatic individuals can safely and responsibly track their ongoing symptoms without overwhelming the healthcare system.

In following the CDC guidelines, the Mayo Clinic has also suggested that potential patients, “do not come to the hospital, clinic or drive-thru location to be tested without calling first. This minimizes potential exposure to other patients.” Mayo Clinic’s suggestions to potential COVID-19 patients can be found here.

More information regarding the CDC recommendations to prevent the spread of coronavirus can be found here.

The Mobile-Angel app is free for both medical professionals and patients to use.

About Mobile Angel

Mobile Angel is an intelligent early warning triage system that enables reimbursable remote care. Our remote patient monitoring (RPM) app connects the clinic and patients to provide proactive care between clinic visits and minimize delays in helping distressed patients. The free mobile app helps clinics to track medication adherence and monitor symptoms in real time and quickly communicate with patients in a virtual care environment. With Mobile Angel, clinics can increase reimbursement options while improving patient outcomes and satisfaction. Mobile Angel is based in Denver, CO.


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