Collaborating with peers in a highly sensitive and secure environment.
Therapists often serve as individual practitioners, but they form a tight community that's constantly exchanging knowledge, organising trainings and frequently collaborating on cases. We embedded this network-dimension into the very core of QIT online.
We included an important organisational dimension: therapists can be grouped together into an organisation - group practice - to easily interact and exchange information.
We made it possible to share a patient profile with one of your peers, in full transparency towards the patient. We safeguard the primary relationship between a therapist and patient, and we facilitate collaboration at the same time.
We made it possible to transfer a patient from one therapist to another, making sure that a rich history of prior care can be transferred from one caregiver to the next.
We built QIT online together with individual practitioners and group practices to fully reflect the workflows in this particular clinical setting. We continue to iterate towards a general consensus among therapists to define the most optimal digital assistance for day-to-day practice.