Cloudphysician is using its tele-ICU platform, RADAR, that provides ICU expertise to hospitals that do not have 24/7 access to ICU specialist doctors.
What pain-point does it solve?
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has further strained India’s preexisting shortage of intensivists (less than 5,000). Healthcare facilities are understaffed and underskilled to deal with the projected massive influx of critically ill patients.
Who are the ideal users of our technology?
How does it solve the pain-point?
Cloudphysician, using its tele-ICU platform, RADAR, provides ICU expertise to hospitals that do not have 24/7 access to ICU specialist doctors.
What makes us stand apart from competitors ?
RADAR digitizes and analyses patient data and provides clinical decision support to these super specialist doctors at the command center who then, together with the bedside team, ensure evidence-based care of ICU patients. Their technology is cost effective, easy to deploy, with a low barrier of adoption for even technology naive healthcare providers.
The story of our successful deployments
Already serving 157 beds across 17 hospitals.
One such deployment was at Ramanagara district COVID-19 hospital which is now connected, via RADAR, to the Cloudphysician command centre in Bengaluru.
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