Updated on 17 September 2013
CarePod is the term Tiatros has coined to refer to the private and secure place on the web, where all of a patient's clinical information is gathered
Health technology company Tiatros is positioned to ride the digital health wave in the coming years. Its mobile solution improves coordination of care across the healthcare system, and makes direct clinical services, telemedicine services, and clinical research faster, less prone to error, and less costly.
Tiatros connects doctors and other healthcare providers to each other and to their patient and their patient's family members, to realign the focus of care around the patient using social-network styled tools and interfaces that are already familiar to almost two billion people, including virtually all doctors.
On Tiatros, a patient's entire medical history is secured within a HIPAA-compliant health cloud, and is accessible anywhere, anytime, on any Internet-enabled device. Healthcare providers have immediate access to real-time data, including complete electronic healthcare records and high resolution specialized medical files, including entire MRIs and sonograms. The platform even allows the immediate sharing of non-digital information through a feature that allows the user to fax paper medical records from the doctor's office into the patient's ‘CarePod' in the cloud.
A ‘CarePod' is the term Tiatros has coined to refer to the private, secure place on the mobile web where all of the people and all of a patient's clinical information that are needed to manage efficient care is gathered. It takes just seconds for a doctor to refer a patient to a specialist and begin sharing medical information, treatment plans, images like ultrasounds and other large, unstructured files that are difficult and expensive to share, and even conduct live video conferences.