Senscio Systems' CEO Piali De got the opportunity to speak with Diane Atwood of the Catching Health Blog. In the recently posted article, they discussed Ibis Program's role in helping seniors gain independence, focusing on senior-living communities, and steps towards stopping the spread of COVID-19. Click here to read the full blog post.
From Marshall Communications: COVID-19 has made a visit to the doctor’s office more challenging, especially for elderly people in rural areas. In this episode, Nancy speaks with Piali De, CEO of Senscio Systems, who shares how AI is helping keep those with chronic conditions healthy and bridging the gap between doctor visits. Click here to check out the full podcast.
From NBC Boston: A tablet made by a Massachusetts company is using artificial intelligence to help seniors with chronic health conditions as well as to identify symptoms of the novel coronavirus. The technology is empowering seniors to have more control of their health and avoid trips to the doctor and hospital. Click here to view the full story.
Ibis Program can help seniors to identify COVID-19 symptoms and get access to telehealth.
COVID-19 has caused many in the healthcare industry to rethink the ways in which they operate. NBC's WCSH Station recently aired a story about the telehealth revolution and the many ways in which Senscio Systems' Ibis Program is at the forefront of it. CLICK HERE to watch the feature and read the article.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, physician assistant students at the University of New England were unable to visit and study in hospitals and doctors offices as planned. Luckily, Senscio Systems teamed up with students to provide them an interactive learning experience where they worked directly with patients. CLICK HERE to hear from students as well as our own Chief Health Officer Dr. Claus Hamann about this innovative program.
A new guest column piece, written by Senscio Systems' own Piali De and Claus Hamann, was recently featured in the Portland Press Herald. The article begins by discussing the risks, caused by COVID-19, which are now facing Maine's elder community, especially those living in senior housing facilities. It goes on to explain the importance of self-management of health and the many ways in which telehealth systems, such as the Ibis Program, are a necessity during this crisis. CLICK HERE to read the full article.
The Ibis Program has added a screening for COVID-19 symptoms. With that addition, Ibis is now providing a safety net for many who are at risk of complications from COVID-19 infections. To enable more members to quickly get Ibis with COVID -19 screening, Senscio is mailing members a tablet pre-loaded with the COVID-19 screening protocol along with a thermometer and a pulse ox monitor.
The Portland Press Herald wrote about our new offering and what it means to Mainers.
MaineBiz wrote about our growing presence in Maine.
WMTW Channel 8 in Maine profiled the important work that we are doing with monitoring COVID-19 symptoms among our at-risk Senior population.
Senscio Systems is proud to have partnered with Arete Rehabilitation of Salem, New Hampshire. Through this collaboration, we hope to improve the dynamics of communication and chronic health monitoring by integrating IbisCare technology into the framework of Arete's rehabilitation program. Specialists and support groups from both parties will take action in helping patients manage and address changes in their health. Click here to read more about this innovative partnership.