Throughout the United States, ambulances are overburdened. The CDC now reports a yearly average of over 40 ambulance dispatches per 100 people. Emergency rooms are operating at over 100% capacity. The ability for first responders to provide care for those most in need is becoming increasingly difficult. In a profession where mere seconds can determine mortality, an innovative technology solution is needed to support first line responders.
RespondEye is a telehealth platform that allows for responders/ems to connect to hospitals/doctors. The platform works by allowing remote physicians to interface with first responders at the scene treating the victim. Through the smart glasses’ lenses, doctors can give input on how best to treat victims before and after they arrive at the hospital in a live HIPPA compliant "see-what-I-see" platform enabling the first responder to be hands-free.
Once on scene, first responders using ThirdEye’s augmented reality glasses begin live-streaming video through our smart glasses to remote physicians, who can provide directional guidance. Doctors are able to overly critical patient data into the glasses’ lens, as well as “augment” what the first responder sees by highlighting critical areas the first responder should attend to.
ThirdEye’s solution of augmented reality glasses and Telehealth can afford up to a 40% absolute reduction in unnecessary emergency room transports. This reduction allows increased ambulance availability, which allows more patients to be seen, while our glasses increase the quality of patient throughout the lifecycle of their experience.
Increase revenue generation: majority of revenue comes from in-patient stay. out-patient stay. 10x for in-patient. prevents unneeded expense of resources. ambulances can get back ~54% faster per studies like the Ethan project. So hospitals are saving money through increased efficiencies.