MediGO Scoutline™ puts the power of proactivity into your hands. With real-time, precision data on every shipment, care teams can more accurately monitor transportation, adjust plans to account for potential delays, and make informed decisions in advance of medical procedures.
MediGO puts the power of proactivity into your hands, with real-time, and precision data on every organshipments and recovery and procurement team travel and availability. Care teams can more accurately monitor transportation, adjust plans to account for potential delays, and make informed decisions in advance of medical procedures.
The MediGO Scoutline™ algorithm uses predictive analytics, based on volumes of historical data (past shipments), to identify potential pitfalls and make proactive determinations throughout the journey. These capabilities enable root cause analyses and auditability, helping shipment challenges, guide decision-making, and improve processes.
Unlike ETAs provided by some courier services, MediGO’s Scoutline™ algorithm compiles crucial information like weather, traffic, charter service statistics, and courier performance, to calculate an impartial, data-driven estimated time of arrival in the best interests of the receiver.
MediGO centralizes all stakeholders to a streamlined communication channel, keeping everyone on the same page and reducing miscommunication, saving dozens of siloed texts/phone calls per transplant.
One hour of time saved in the transplant process could equal up to five added years of life for a typical kidney transplant patient. By fueling transportation and logistical efficiency, MediGO helps avoid extra shipment time.
With operating room costs ranging from $90 to $130 per minute, wasted money can add up quickly. With MediGO, hospitals know when shipments will arrive, eliminating the need to book (and pay for) unnecessary time during recovery or transplant surgeries.
With MediGO, you can enable timely mobilization of patients, rapid remediation when shipments are delayed or rerouted, and better operative planning—for the benefit of care teams and patients everywhere.