Readiness Center

Digital tools for managing + mitigating the coronavirus pandemic while helping patients and families better navigate these uncertain times

Responding to a pandemic

Our suite of solutions can play a critical role in scaling information sharing, guiding patients and easing the burden for your care teams.


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Pediatric active symptom & monitoring care plan

Designed to help remotely monitor and manage your youngest patients


  • Prompts keep caregivers up-to-date with instructions on social distancing, isolating and quarantining as appropriate
  • Digital check-ins help caregivers monitor the child’s symptoms and manage care at home unless a physical visit or test is required
  • Care teams can automatically monitor patient populations over a 16-day period and prioritize patients requiring in-person intervention

New + existing digital tools available for immediate deployment

Find out how our digital solutions can aid in your response to a public health crisis by supporting your care teams while also engaging patients at home or in any care setting

Remotely manage + monitor COVID-19 populations and mitigate system overload


  • Remote self-monitoring + symptom self-management how-tos
  • Easy implementation + rapid scaling
  • Triage process for prioritizing testing, virtual visits or hospitalization
  • Real-time alerts to escalating symptoms

Empower patients to learn the signs, symptoms and best practices for preventing spread of the virus


  • Direct link from promotional space to public health information and guidelines such as CDC and WHO sites
  • Broadcast messages to patients in real time with custom, systemwide or localized content such as policy updates and emerging information and guidelines (e.g., visitors policy changes)
  • Video education and on-screen reminders for hand hygiene and other infection-control best practices

Rapidly assess your organization’s readiness for a public health crisis with real-time data


  • Gauge organizational preparedness and identify areas of weakness
  • Easy-to-use survey tools accessible via scannable QR code or URL link
  • Simple “yes” or “no” questions take 2-3 minutes to complete
  • Immediate feedback provided in a scorecard that can be exported to Excel or PDF

COVID-19 clinical advisory council

Bringing together the collective expertise + insights of healthcare and health technology experts from leading health systems and academic institutions to ensure the features and care plans embedded in our COVID-19 toolkit are built on current and evolving best protocols and clinical guidance



Karen Drenkard, Ph.D., R.N., NEA-BC, FAAN

Associate Dean, Clinical Practice + Community Engagement, The George Washington University School of Nursing


LouAnn Bala, M.S.N., R.N.

Chief Nursing Officer + VP, Product Strategy, Get Well


Daniel J. Durand, M.D.

Chief Innovation Officer, LifeBridge Health
Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Stanford University School of Medicine

Benson Hsu, M.D., M.B.A., FAAP, FCCM

Pediatric Critical Care Physician, Sanford Health
Associate Professor, University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine

Thomas Batchelor, M.D. 

Internal Medicine Physician, Atrium Health

Kulbir Bajwa, M.D.

Ambulatory Chief Medical Informatics Officer, NorthBay Healthcare

Adam Beck, M.H.S.

Director, Digital Health, LifeBridge Health

David Carlson, M.D.

Family Medicine, Primary Care Physician, Great River Health System

Jenna Brager, Ph.D., R.N., M.S.

Director of Clinical Research + Scientific Grants, LifeBridge Health, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore

Monica Ranaletta, D.O.

Family Medicine Physician, Penfield Family Medicine
Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine, University of Rochester Medical Center