Wearable Remote Expert Assistance Telehealth Kit

Virtually Assist Frontline Workers With Augmented Reality Telehealth Solution


Vuzix & Librestream
Telehealth Kit

In today’s climate, there is more urgency around using remote guidance to leverage medical specialists and train frontline workers on-the-job. However, the need and technology existed before and will continue to exist after this current global emergency. Librestream and Vuzix have teamed up for a ready-to-deploy wearable telehealth solution. This solution leverages remote expert assistance to help medical professional virtually guide frontline workers on bedside procedures, PPE donning and doffing, in-ambulance emergencies and more.

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About the Kit

Patient and front line worker safety is a top priority. The ability to provide immediate virtual access to healthcare specialists can be critical. This solution can be used in a HIPAA compliant manner with its military-grade security and privacy controls that restrict recordings and images.

Who is the Kit For

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Medical Specialists
  • Physician Assistants
  • Therapists

What Does this Kit Include

  • Packaged in hard case, fully-pre-installed and configured
  • 2 Onsight remote expert assistance licenses
  • Vuzix M400 and accessories (10 hour external battery pack, lens-free mount, headband)
  • Windows tablet (Dell Inspiron 11 – 10” 2-in-1 tablet)
  • Laminated sheets with Vuzix login QR code and Windows login credentials
  • Bluetooth audio headset

When is this Kit Used

  • Colleague to Colleague – not consumer telemedicine
  • Remote bedside supervision and guidance
  • PPE donning and doffing guidance and monitoring
  • Remote rounds and training – many remote experts to1 caregiver and patient
  • Emergencies – in-Facility, Ambulance, and Medivac – teleconsulting
  • Respiratory Therapy (Ventilators)
  • CPR
  • Intubation/Extubation

Why Use this Kit

  • Quickly train new and unqualified staff on new procedures
  • Reduce number of staff needed to provide bedside patient care and procedures
    • Reduce PPE unit requirements
    • Expose fewer people to transmission
  • Enable remote specialists to guide staff through procedures
    • Ventilator management, intubation/extubation, respiratory therapy, etc