Is your doctor in another country?
Are you away from your country?
Do you need to stay connected with your doctor but don’t have time to go to the hospital all the time?
Do you need a diagnostics device on the sports fields to track the athlete’s health conditions?
The problem is that current technology exists only in hospitals and lacks the ability to perform medical imaging of critical health conditions remotely, especially in connection with people living in rural areas. This means that health condition monitoring and screening cannot be carried out efficiently and reliably.
The majority of patients with serious health problems have to be monitored after they are released from the hospital. This means that they have to travel to the hospital from home.
Creating affordable and accessible medical imaging centers/stores can solve the problem. Every city has thousands of pharmacies, health care centers, or we can install small pods on every corner of the street or on parking lots equipped with medical imaging systems. This will help the patients and doctors to stay connected all the time without over-crowding hospitals or without the need to travel long hours to the hospital.
One step further, extremely portable ultrasound systems can help us to have medical monitoring systems at home.
Imagine someone in this situation: a kid with a stomach ache or a guy with chest pain. Now imagine the diagnosis and the treatment is made without having to go all the way back to the doctor's clinic. And now, imagine that PONS can significantly cut down costs for both patients and doctors. Like we said, it sounds like science fiction right? We hate when people say that though, because it isn't. It’s just a really great idea we were lucky enough to come.
The idea is simple – connect patients to their doctors whenever they need it. Doctors can also remotely take care of the patient's health through 24/7 real time-monitoring no matter where they are or if they have access to medical facilities at that particular time. This helps dramatically reduce readmission rates, costly emergency response codes, increase efficiency with lower doctor turnover rates and even enable doctors to work from home with all the required tools readily available to them.
Patients will be able to get better, faster, and more convenient medical care and treatment as a result of easier monitoring by doctors who can do this remotely from their own homes or from remote places.