Either people post posts and you can respond. Or you can post something medically interesting or with a question and people can respond with advice or praise for your cool.
Users can comment on and respond to comments about specific cases. This allows for differential diagnosis informaly through peer review. You can also favorite and follow cases/ other users
Users interact with the app through video recording in most cases, some of the apps prompt the user to speak and certain times while others are simply a way to send a help message to multiple people quickly. Many of the apps notify the user of a recording that proves they gave consent or that consent was specifically not given, as the apps purpose is to prevent sexual assault and awareness of a recording may prevent an incident from occurring.
Users can access the site from a computer or there is an app available for smart phones.
The app has one main list within which users can choose what they need assistance with. Within those exist further flow charts and ways for physicians to decide appropriate patient care.
There are five sub-category at the top band within Interactive Clinical Tools, Diagnosis & Treatment, Reference & Data, Overview and Get REMM App. User can choose more category in each sub-category, and get more detail information.
The website and mobile app are the primary methods of engagement.
The connection for the patients and the providers can build upon the gamified health assessment via the smart phone device. Then these data are input to the provider’s section and the organizations’ section for further analytical uses. The engagement with the patients can also be done with licensed Video Chat for therapy. Or the let the patients input their information with a trackable plan.
Routes of user engagement include an account customizable features, search engine, a mobile app (text and video chat enabled) as well as a wearable tracker feature.
The user walks through the stories through their website in a timeline of each storm, where it follows each part of both storms. (i.e. Storm, Aftermath, Recovery, Future)