NEONATAL TRANSPORT

SIMPLIFIED

A clinically validated system for transporting critically ill neonates

NeoPORT enables hospitals and ambulances to check, communicate and monitor neonatal transport. 

 

THE HYOPTHESIS

Clinical checklists + timely communication
= improved neonatal transport

THE SOLUTION

NeoPORT is an app-enabled system that tracks transport and enables vitals monitoring.
It connects referring hospitals (senders) with ambulances (transporters) and referral hospitals (receivers).

SCREENSHOTS

FEATURES

Connect

CALL & MESSAGE

Monitor

Senders, transporters and receivers can exchange messages and images. 

 

Users can call each other from within the app.

VITAL SIGNS

Communicate

EMERGENCIES

One-touch SOS messaging enables transporters to send out instant notifications.

Referring hospitals define which parameters require monitoring, and how frequently.

 

NeoPORT notifies transporters when vitals have to be entered, and alerts senders and receivers in case of delays. 

Simplify

CHECKLISTS

Checklist-based data capture about the neonate's health automatically converts to text for ease of reading.

Navigate

MAPS

Secure

One-click access to Google Maps, with notifications when the ambulance is approaching the sender or the receiver.

AUTO-VERIFICATION

SMS-based auto-verification ensures that a functional SIM card is present in user's mobile phones - so that call do not go to unmonitored phone.

 
 
CONTACT

NeoPORT is currently in an invitation-only beta test. Write to neoport@thelattice.in, or use the contact form below.

ABOUT

NeoPORT is supported by Grand Challenges, Canada. ​Grand Challenges Canada is funded by the Government of Canada and is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with Big Impact®. 

Conceptualized by the Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, Kerala, NeoPORT has been designed and developed by Lattice Innovations, Delhi.

 

© 2019  NeoPORT  |   Image  by Andrés Nieto Porras from Palma de Mallorca, España (73/365²: Lexie) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons