Meditorus and Feverwiki – Tech based platforms of Dakshas Foundation for Primary physicians

Dakshas Foundation works to provide non-emergency medical treatment for marginalized patients. It delivers primary care to 90+% of patients, through medical protocols. By using its network of healthcare providers for secondary and tertiary healthcare, it provides capacities and support to patients at variable cost.

Dakshas has developed a tech-based, AI-enabled, medical protocol-driven demand-supply aggregator platform to benefit patients, NGOs and healthcare providers through ‘collaborative’ healthcare.

Meditorus  is a decision support platform for Primary Musculoskeletal care: Convert NGO helplines and community interventions into virtual clinics. Meditorus:

  • Transfers 90% of patient care to community healthcare, over non data phone networks.
  • Embeds logics specialist use to advice COVID-19 and musculoskeletal patients
  • Community health workers enter data collected on phone, platform generates case summary for physicians or specialists review, which are released to patients over SMS.
  • Works as a virtual clinic- wherein front-desk, community health worker, primary physician and specialist can come together remotely to discuss and advise cases.

For more information, visit: http://dakshas.ong/

Fever.wiki is a collaborative effort between Dakshas Foundation and Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH), Hyderabad, supported by Dr.Reddy’s Laboratories.  This site contains guides and tools for physicians for managing fevers and AUFI (Acute Undifferentiated Febrile Illness) in COVID-19.

It provides Physicians with an algorithmic approach to Acute Undifferentiated Febrile Illness, how to consider COVID-19 in context of other fevers, differentiate co-infections and false-positive or negative reports. Webinars, flowcharts and selected literature provide actionable updates.

It has a special focus on how to differentiate COVID-19 from dengue and also how to manage a co-infection.

For more information, visit Fever.wiki

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