The SpeechMED™ Enterprise Suite allows hospitals and other caregiving institutions to visually and audibly relay vital medical information to their patients, in the language of their choice, so that more patients can understand and comply with their care instructions, and medical mishaps that arise as a result of a poor communication can be easily avoided.
According to the National Action Plan Health Literacy 2018, in Germany, approximately every second individual has limited health literacy. People with limited health literacy find it difficult to find, understand, appraise, and apply health-related information.” Recognizing this need, Taylannas Inc., Captiva and Qnidos are introducing an award-winning system designed for patients, caregivers and their healthcare providers.
Patients need better education that is customized to their needs and mobility. Language, cultural and vision impairments can render printed education materials useless. SpeechMED™ provides customized instructions, a consistent and easy-to-use interface, language support, population analytics, and communication tools that result in reduced readmissions to the hospital and fewer medical mishaps due to miscommunication.
The language and audio platform allow patients and their caregivers to read and listen to their information in the language that they understand. The “Home” mobile application is designed to educate the patient, deliver care instructions, send medication reminders, store allergy lists, and keep emergency contact information in multiple languages. It also allows caregivers to monitor their family member’s activity remotely while they are at work.
In addition, SpeechMED’s easy to use platform facilitates the transition of care from a hospital to a caregiver by including a personalized assessment of the patient’s needs and a proactive care plan by allowing the patients or their caregivers to monitor and follow up on medications and appointments, and at the same time assists healthcare providers in continuing to monitor the patient’s health after discharge to home care.