Natural disasters and epidemics are unfortunate events that affect people, economies and governments unexpectedly. Although it’s hard to predict/prevent such events, disaster management, preparedness, response and coordination can play a crucial role in mitigating the effects, controlling the situation and making the best use of available resources including alleviating the pressures around our healthcare system.
Through the COVID-19 pandemic, Wiseyak is rolling out various products for disaster management, which can also be used for other natural disasters such as but not limited to earthquake, flood, landslide, heavy rain, drought, famine, etc.
IVR (Interactive Voice Response) and SMS (short message service) population survey
By gathering population information in a timely manner, disaster response efforts can be streamlined and better managed. Through our automated IVR and SMS system, we are able to send questionnaires at large scale and gather important data that can help governments and organisations in resource management, population health tracking and identifying risk areas.
Contact Tracing and Monitoring
Our technology is able to ring fence and track higher risk patients and provide targeted tracing for potential spread of diseases utilizing phone location, contact data and network provider data. Our facial recognition system which has multiple uses, can also be used as a secure way of registering patients, and allows for surveillance of people in mandatory quarantine.
Health Screening Forms
Our WiseMD platform is able to generate customisable forms for screening patients during pandemics. [refer to Rapid Covid-19 Screening]
Our GPS tracking and all the data collected from our disaster response as well as other medical data can be anonymised (preserving data privacy rights) and aggregated at population level. This data shown on our dashboard can identify areas of risk, populations at risk and help healthcare infrastructure as well as supply management in times of disaster. This will allow for data informed targeted interventions.