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LANIT-Integration and Intel have introduced a telemedicine service in Russia to combat COVID-19

October 5, 2020|
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LANIT-Integration (part of the LANIT group of companies) together with Intel developed and implemented a system for remote coordination of the actions of medical workers in 39 clinics in Russia.

The technological solution is based on ergonomic “smart glasses” equipped with a video camera and a compact screen. They are connected with other gadgets in a common information environment. The medical worker who is wearing glasses can broadcast audio and video from the infectious disease wards to the “clean” area. Doctors in the “clean” area can give him/her recommendations and transfer the necessary documents, such as medical history and images, in real time.

The company representatives claim that the system reduces the risk of infection for doctors, reduces the time that doctors spend using personal protective equipment and allows them to pay more attention to their patients. Doctors can hold medical discussions remotely, train the staff quickly and engage narrowly specialized doctors in consultations.

Intel’s participation in this project is a part of its global initiative - Pandemic Response Technology Initiative. A grant from Intel allowed to implement the system in nine COVID centers in the capital. The solution is already being used in 39 clinics in Russia (August 2020).

We showed our complex system to Denis Protsenko, Head Physician of City Clinical Hospital No. 40 of the Moscow Healthcare Department, and integrated it into the work of this hospital and other 38 COVID centers. The concept of the project was developed last year for the industrial sector.

Ilya Flaks

Head of the LANIT Competence Center in the field of VR & AR

Original (in Russian)

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