Protection through reduction of contacts.
Certified and legally compliant.
Future of informed consent.
Experience now a new form of medical education from home.what is tara
The smart patient education.
Patient preparation and consent prior to surgical procedures, medical interventions or anesthesia are now possible online. Digital consent is contactless, legally compliant, and meets the highest data security criteria. Without waiting time. Without physical contact.
What does tara offer?
The digital patient information can be carried out conveniently from home. A visit to the clinic for a preliminary consultation is not necessary. Long journeys and waiting times are eliminated.
Medical resources are scarce. Digitally, you are informed about your patients' illnesses and your patients are educated about treatment options. This is followed by a conversation with the doctor via video telephony.
A large number of hospital appointments can be reduced. Every avoided personal contact currently contributes to infection control.
Anesthesia consult from home.
With tara, legally compliant anamnesis and medical information prior to anesthesia can be performed online. With the digital consent form, your patients save travel, waiting time and unnecessary clinic visits.
The most important features at a glance.
Why should you choose tara?
Docs in Clouds has been a pioneer in the field of telemedicine since 2004. We started by establishing the first telemedicine emergency physician service in Germany. Later on, we redirected our focus towards other applications/markets such as palliative care and elderly care.
With tara, we seek to provide a new impulse in the digitalization of medicine. The interdisciplinarity of our development team (consisting of physicians, engineers, and computer scientists) contributes to clinically relevant, user-oriented, and high-quality products.
In a novel clinical study conducted at the Aachen University Hospital, an early prototype of our software was used to carry out 111 telemedical preoperative anesthesia consultations – the first worldwide. The feedback was consistently positive, on average 60 minutes of travel time could be saved per patient.
Teleconsultation for preoperative evaluation during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: A technical and medical feasibility study
Jan Wienhold, Lucas Mösch, Rolf Rossaint, Ilka Kemper, Matthias Derwall, Michael Czaplik, Andreas Follmann