MEDVIR General Medicine
A virtual internist
The MEDVIR General Medicine module is also called “virtual internist.”
It is designed to determine non-emergency illnesses, whether serious (eg cancer), or not (eczema, tendonitis, etc.). He asks the patient questions like a real doctor.
OBJECTIVE: To detect non-urgent diagnoses
This expert system will suspect non-urgent diagnoses concerning more persistent (8 days or more) or chronic problems, with a simple patient interview.
At the end of the interrogation, understandable by anyone, MEDVIR General Medicine recommends what to do (and what not to do) and how rapidly one should consult. It also has diagnostics envisaged with their probability. It does not recommend medicine as, if a problem extends beyond 72 hours, self-medication should be prohibited.
- 185 symptoms
- 660 diagnoses considered
- 2,225 issues
- Average duration of the interrogation between 5 and 8 min.
- Since February 2014 more than 380,000 completed questionnaires
- Satisfaction index of 87%
MEDVIR General Medicine is available:
- On any web site, white label or smartphones without connected objects
- In its “connected mobile” version, the system speaks and has voice recognition, its sensors are exclusively provided by Bewell Connect connected objects
- In pharmacy kiosks
- Embedded in a telemedicine case (MEDVIR embedded)
- Embedded in a hospital telemedicine cart
- At medicalized multimedia call centers (assistance services, center of medical regulation …)
Note: This module does not replace a physician. It reassures when possible and alerts when necessary.
Accessible via :
- The Website www.e-docteur.com
- Mobile carriers in connection with the Bewell Connect connected objects & MEDVIR General Medicine with sensors (pulse, blood pressure, temperature, blood sugar, ECG …)
Accessible via :
- Call centers that make the medical regulation (Doctors on call, Outpatient Care, the fire department, 911 …) for call triage
- The optimization of emergencies, to facilitate front desk sorting
- Community pharmacists to judge the severity of their clients’ condition, coming to them for advice
- Hospital emergency services for training medical caregivers in the form of Serious Games