Indigital launches Kribado, a hand-held screening machine for healthcare
Indigital Technologies has announced the launch of Kribado, a hand-held screening device that will assist healthcare practitioners in treating patients by implementing a pre-admission level. Kribado is a non-invasive screening device that right-away analyses the patient condition and provides a risk score while the patient is in the waiting room. Clinics as well as hospitals are using this screening machine to triage the patients to the relevant procedures or treatments by early identification of risk as well as the degree of risk.
Speaking about the launch of Kribado, the company’s CEO Hiren Dhuvad said, “Kribado is designed to eliminate the chances of data collection errors by structuring each screen, making sure it is easy to use with a consistent flow of data.”
He adds, “Our platform is internationally adopted and simple to use. We are changing how doctors treat patients by providing seamless technology solutions for clinics and hospitals to make the experience connected, more efficient and cost effective.”
Kribado operates using AI and risk calculating algorithms trained on perfect human data. The device has a small touch-screen connected to an embedded printer. While it alerts the care providers to potential behavioural risk factors of all patients in waiting areas, it also gives each company an accurate overview of their phase IV studies, surveys and in-clinic camps.
Indigital Technologies is seeing an increased adoption of its new device with over 64,826 doctors across the country using the screening machine to monitor patients and enhance patient care and clinical outcomes. The device has monitored over 1, 59,700 patients so far. Currently, a total of 1,095 devices are available in the market.