Today, getting a patient into a hospital bed is a largely manual process. It involves a number of different people all individually contacting and checking with each other.
BdIn is a different solution to evaluate patient admission availability in different hospitals/health care providers within an area.
Call around one by one every hospital to see if they have availability.
Operators from the admissions department get lots of calls asking for placement. If they don’t pick up the phone, it rings to their supervisor and ultimately to the director. Meanwhile they have to continue doing their daily work (eg: inpatient/outpatient census).
Passive role. Calls the ambulance and wait until their insurance company tells them where they are to be transferred. Sole receptor of information.
Send a single request for admission through our platform.
Will receive a notification when there’s a patient looking for placement that satisfies its admission status, which they will have to accept or decline.
Empowered. More active role in the decision making of where they want to be transferred to.
We all have a story of why we care about a better quality of healthcare.
This is mine:
Sometime ago my father suffered from a respiratory episode and the doctor we called to our house suggested he be admitted to hospital. After hours at home waiting to be notified where he was to be transferred to, we decided to go to the nearest emergency department. 40 hours and lot of paperwork later, we found a place in an ICU near our house. So we asked ourselves over and over, ‘What happens with those patients that do not have a good health insurance plan?’ ‘How could it be that there is not one single available bed in the whole city?’
Victoria Malek Pascha
MD (Magna Cum Laude) and MPH candidate with experience in academic medicine, basic and clinical research. She is passionate about biotechnology applied to Public Health, a topic she thoroughly explored at Singularity University. Apart from BdIn, she also cooperates with InSTEDD, supporting its vision of a world where communities everywhere co-design and use technology to continuously improve their health, safety and development. She does this by telling the story of impact through strategic social media in Latin America.
Dr. Nirvani Umadat
Has worked in both clinical and academic healthcare for the past decade with the Canadian healthcare system. Nirvani completed her dental medicine degree in 2011 from the University of Manitoba. She then went on to complete an oral maxillofacial surgical internship from the University of British Columbia. Since then, Nirvani has owned and operated a private dental clinic in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She has also pursued research in 3D bioprinting of human tissue and microbiomic testing. Nirvani is also certified as a citizen-scientist astronaut, and has worked with government-funded agencies in the development of dental and human physiology protocols for space missions. In 2015, Nirvani attended Singularity University where she co-founded BDIN.