Telehealth video calling is helping to address the needs for post-acute or non-emergent care delivered at in-home settings. Here are some tips for launching successful telehealth video programs for at-home care.
The U.S Department of Veterans Affairs’ “Anywhere-to-Anywhere” telehealth system is off to a strong start. VA’s new program hopes to make access to care easier for the over 22 million US veterans through utilizing telehealth video calling and by transmitting patient data through bluetooth medical devices.
Orthopedic surgeons and specialists are turning to Telehealth video calling to simplify postoperative care and follow-up appointments with patients. Learn more about the cost and time-saving benefits for both providers and patients.
Developing and implementing an effective strategy when adopting telehealth can help your organization and patients benefit from faster, more collaborative care. Here are some tips for successful telehealth adoption for mobile healthcare teams.
Telehealth can transform the way healthcare providers collaborate and deliver care to their patients. Here are the top reasons healthcare organizations should adopt telehealth video chat services.
With 106 million Americans living in areas with limited access to mental healthcare, more and more providers are turning to tools like telehealth to increase access to care and treatment for patients living with behavioral health conditions and substance use disorders.