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HIT Rescue continues to provide essential services on the ground in Fond Parisian, Haiti. Our Patient Tracking Software now provides robust, real-time census data on all patients in this field hospital. Vulnerable patient populations, including unaccompanied minors, amputee victims and pregnant women continue to be tracked and followed by specialized teams. 17% of this field hospital continues to be amputee victims.
Highlights of Patient Tracker Program
Besides tracking vulnerable populations, providers still have real-time access to patient x-rays directly on their mobile device. Assessments and Plans are recorded for each patient daily, and critical SPHERE data during the rainy season is tracked for each of the 278 patients currently at Fond Parisian.
OMI team members are currently interacting with tech partners to improve on the current patient tracker system that is deployed in the field. The end goal is to create a workable post-disaster program that can work in any environment.
OMI continues to fundraise for providing support in Haiti. Fundraising teams are holding diverse and creative events to help ensure that OMI can provide its essential services.
1. Maureen Richardson organized an event that raised over $1,000 at the gastro-pub The Republic in San Francisco. The event featured the OMI slideshow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYs8Qlbz_vk
2. Following up with the event he attended at The Republic, Jerry Richardson (Maureen’s father), has set up multiple meetings and has leveraged his personal contacts to continue the Richardson Family’s fundraising and organizational efforts for OMI. Jerry’s efforts have matched and exceeded the amount raised at the Republic event.
3. Nisha Thapa and the team from Sahayeta.org (check out their amazing work: http://www.sahayeta.org/), invited OMI to an amazing event at the Temple Bar in San Francisco to celebrate Nepali New Year. The Bay Area Nepali, Tibetan and Bhutanese communities came together to raise an impressive $3,000 at this event. These funds will enable OMI, to continue its efforts on-the-ground in Haiti.
- If you or your organization would like to hold an event to continue these amazing efforts please contact us, and as always you can donate online: http://opmedinstitute.org/haiti/
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The OMI team, grounded in actionable, on the ground projects has begun its academic analysis of HIT Rescue and is preparing manuscripts for publication in the relevant medical journals to continue to share the lessons in using technology in a unique manner post-disaster. Our organization is committed to disseminating all of the information we have learned, and continues to strive to make the technology that we develop as Open Source as possible.
In this vein, the team continues to share its experience and get feedback at academic conferences. Most recently, Ari Hoffman attended the UCSF Association of the Clinical Faculty Meeting: “Aid and Relief for Global Disasters,” where the HIT Rescue project continued to receive supportive feedback.