Digitization of Model and Design of H1N1 Influenza Pandemic Triage; Focus on Prevention of Transmission in Health Care System
Reflective Review related COVID-19
Keywords:H1N1 influenza, internet of thing, triage
It was identified that H1N1 influenza in 2009 which spread rapidly throughout the world had an impact on the number of patients seeking care in the healthcare system. In addition, health facilities experience limitations in providing places and personal protective equipment for officers. This can result in increased transmission in the healthcare system. The author intends to conduct an integrated study with the aim of reviewing triage models and designs during the H1N1 influenza pandemic which focuses on preventing transmission in the health care system by utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT). The method used by the writer is literature review by using the keyword of: H1N1 influenza, internet of thing, and triage. The search results found there are several countries with a model and design of a digitized triage. The model was designed to streamline the triage process to reduce patient spikes during a pandemic. The triage model uses a coordinated network to conduct clinical assessments, help find care sites, disseminate information, provide clinical advice, and coordinate the provision of access to antivirals. In conclusion, digitization of models and designs has begun to be developed and has an impact on reducing the surge of patients during a pandemic in preventing transmission in the health care system. The author recommends that the digitization of triage models and designs can be used in all triage pandemic viruses such as H1N1 such as Covid-19 during the pandemic.
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