Verizon Unveils New Virtual Care Platform

Verizon Unveils New Virtual Care Platform

Expected to be generally available next month, BlueJeans Telehealth is designed to offer an intuitive experience for patients, providers and administrators, says Verizon.

Using the device of their choice, patients can connect with providers via the BlueJeans app or a desktop or mobile browser.

Verizon touts the clarity of the platform's Dolby Voice Audio, and the simplicity and efficiency of the clinician experience – with visits embedded within their existing electronic health record workflows. Licensing is based on a per-visit model, according to the company, allowing for easier data capture and reporting for reimbursement.

A BlueJeans Telehealth virtual visit includes an optional pre-visit medical-condition survey and onboarding materials for patients, enabling providers to customize patient education. It also offers medical interpreter services for more than 200 languages, as well as transcription and closed captioning.

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