The invisible solution with visible rewards.
Relaymed is an automated device connectivity software that instantly sends point-of-care test results to EHRs.
Built for speed, simplicity and security, Relaymed is the POCT solution for primary care. As an invisible middleware, users won’t necessarily be aware of Relaymed working, but they will notice the significant time it saves in their existing EHR workflow. Innovation is at its best when it improves your life without you noticing.
Aim for automation.
Run a test and receive results immediately.
In our modern digital world, automation is no longer the desirable feature that it was in sci-fi of yesteryear, but an achievable expectation in almost every aspect of life. Does it not then seem strange that POCT results are still being captured manually?
It’s easier than easy. It’s automatic. Relaymed automates your POCT workflow. It’s what we’re all about. As soon as a test is run, results appear immediately in the patient’s EHR, allowing the care provider to commence with a valuable appointment. There is no requirement for manual data entry, meaning labor can be reassigned to more value adding tasks.
To see just how much you could be saving from automated result entry, use our return on investment (ROI) calculator.
POC data, managed.
Solve your problems with POC data management.
POC connectivity is only part of what Relaymed offers. Relaymed is also a POC data management solution.
As a POC coordinator you are responsible for all testing across all locations. But the headache this caused is now gone! Relaymed solves the problems you have with POCT management with our POC data management features.
- Quality Controls are logged automatically
- Reagent lot numbers recorded
- QCs monitored via Levey-Jennings graphs
- Reports can be run and downloaded
Relaymed gives POC coordinators the ability to review and manage all locations performing testing from your desk! So forget about paper ring binders and traveling from location to location — how crazy is that?!
Built on the cloud.
Smart, scalable and most important of all — secure.
What sets Relaymed apart is it’s cloud-based and software as a service (SaaS), built using the latest technology.
Why? Because we recognized that the IT staff within physician practices could not cope with a complex additional system or outdated server-based solutions to support. Whilst POCT had grown exponentially, connectivity had not evolved, until now.
And thanks to how it’s built, finally connectivity is affordable.
Make it your Relaymed with myRelaymed.
Simple POCT management from any computer.
myRelaymed is your web based portal which allows you to access your data in any place, at any time.
Here you can manage the individual needs of your practice – including the devices, locations and users in your workflow.
If a result can’t be sent automatically, or requires intervention, we’ll catch it here. The test result will appear in your queue, awaiting your action. It is designed for instant ease of use, with a simple and intuitive interface, meaning you won’t have to train staff how to use it.
And there's more...
We offer everything you need.
A Laboratory Information System (LIS) is commonly used to manage POCT within acute care, but it contains a plethora of features that render it too bloated, and prohibitively expensive, for effective use in primary care.
Relaymed has been referred to as “LIS light”. Indeed, it is a brand new category of POCT solution, that offers only the important features that we know are required in primary care, making it a true LIS alternative. As well as POC result automation, Relaymed also handles:
- Quality Controls (QCs)
- Levey-Jennings charts
- Device startup / calibration information
- Reference ranges
- Abnormality flags
- Operator name & ID
- Commenting and note making capabilities
Plus any other critical feature that you need, depending on your device. This allows us to cater for the needs of both CLIA waived and moderately complex (nonwaived) devices.
Our competitive edge.
Fast, focussed and forward looking.
Connectivity solutions exist, but they were built to serve hospitals, and do not cater to the requirements of primary care. In fact, they haven’t evolved much since they entered the market in the 90s, utilizing long outdated technology platforms.
Through an inefficient user experience and a dated costing model, which requires huge upfront fees and charges for each connected device, they are neither fast or affordable enough for the modern physician’s office. They require dedicated, high-cost servers and hardware that involves ongoing maintenance fees in order to function. The IT implementation burden is also excessive, causing significant disruption and in most cases completely out of scope for primary care practices. As a result, a preconceived idea that connectivity solutions are too expensive and complex for consideration exists. But this is now a myth.