The timely new digital health offering, which allows vessel operators to improve management of health operations and medical incidents through a range of tools included within the SeaCare Health Platform, comes following the wave of backlash the commercial maritime industry has received over its conduct in line with the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Recent events impacting the maritime industry in light of the Covid-19 pandemic have highlighted the unique risks and situations faced by marine organisations globally. I believe the maritime industry is exceptionally well placed to benefit from integrated health technology services,” said Paula Covey, Allianz Partners Chief Marketing Officer “Via this new partnership, SeaCare is now directly connected to Allianz Care’s in-house medical experts of doctors and nurses, global medical network and preferential rates. We are adding medical services to the existing SeaCare software suite to create a unique offering. The partnership allows us to offer a wide range of maritime businesses with a highly responsive, innovative solution to deliver medical services to those working at sea.”
Included within the SeaCare Health Platform are: telemedicine consultations; communicable disease management (including Covid-19); governmental compliance reporting; injury and illness tracking; automation of medical referrals; medical inventory management; compliance of crew health records; shore-side case management; and medical evacuations and repatriations.