Our Response to COVID-19

Supporting our Employees, Healthcare Professionals, and Patients

Standing Together, Working Together

A Message from Dr. Chris Mansi

We understand how challenging these times are and we are here to support you. At Viz.ai, we believe in getting the right patient to the right doctor at the right time and helping the entire team coordinate care. Over the past few days we’ve heard from hospitals across the country asking about how you can leverage our telehealth software more broadly in today’s environment. In response, we have been working around the clock and have today launched a new module, available without charge, called Viz COVID-19.

Stay safe and healthy,
Dr. Chris Mansi
CEO and Co-Founder, Viz.ai

Ensuring Continuity of Services

Viz.ai Company Response to COVID-19

Viz.ai exists to help increase access to life-saving treatments. To ensure we can continue to fulfill our mission amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, our company has implemented the following: 

  • Continuity of Customer Services: Ensuring continuity of all customers, including Implementation, Customer Success, and Technical Support

     

  • Remote Working: Enacted a COVID-19 Remote Work Plan that includes actions for personal safety, use of video conferencing, and effective remote work

     

  • Fortification of Technical Infrastructure: Fortified critical technical infrastructure monitoring to support business continuity

Supporting Front Line Providers

Providing Viz COVID-19 to Hospitals

As your hospital responds to COVID-19, we recognize that you are on the front lines of this crisis. To better help you, we are providing hospitals with communication and synchronization tools to support multiple uses, free of charge:

  • Positive Test Alerts: Alert the entire care team to positive SARS-CoV-2 COVID-19 test results
  • HIPAA-Compliant Communication: Send messages to providers in the field and across specialties 
  • Mobile Image Viewer: View chest x-rays and CT scans on your smartphone
  • Remote Consultations: Limit provider exposure with remote consults and collaboration 
  • Bed and Resource Management: Efficient bed, equipment and resource allocation with real-time updates

Stop the Spread

Preventive Measures for Everyone

In this time of crisis many people are looking for answers. We continue to learn as the situation evolves, but we do know that there are several things you can do to protect youself and others:

Wash your hands often

For at least 20 seconds, and especially after you have been in a public place or after coughing/sneezing

If you can’t use soap and water, use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol

Avoid close contact

Avoid close contact with those who are sick

Maintain social distancing; at least 6 feet of distance from anyone coughing or sneezing

Stay home if you are sick

Cover coughs and sneezes

With a tissue or the inside of your elbow

Wear a facemask when around others

If you are showing symptoms, wearing a facemask helps the spread of the disease

Wearing a facemask is not recommended for those who are well, it will not protect you

Clean and disinfect often

Clean and disinfect often with a household cleaning product

Disinfect and clean frequently touched surfaces or objects

Introducing Viz COVID-19

Supporting Healthcare Providers, Physicians, and Patients