Virtual care is a component of telehealth that provides healthcare services to patients through a virtual visit or communications technology. Virtual health care is a quick and convenient option for acquiring healthcare services and is available almost round the clock. It eliminates the need for travel and physical visits to a doctor’s office and is available whenever a patient needs it.
A virtual care provider can diagnose your health problems, recommend treatment, and even prescribe medication via online mode. Virtual health services are for minor health issues like colds and flu, minor infections, anxiety, addictions, headaches, minor coughs, etc. The original idea behind virtual care is to seek immediate medical treatment without waiting for a condition to get worse.
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Intermountain has earned a Press Ganey Top Box Score of more than 80% for its scheduled video visit service, with patients requesting more digital engagement as they learn about the option. "In 2020, …
An impressive line-up of speakers to discuss the future of healthcare. Brought to you by 247 Health Solutions and MdDAO. Today healthcare is becoming complex. From Web 3.0 and Blockchain technology, telemedicine and concierge care, including multiple Apps, healthcare is changing and the common thread is technology. We are bringing together a team of health and technology experts who will share their thoughts on what the future of healthcare, including health equity and inclusion, can and will look like. We invite you to join the conversation and together, let's reimagine the future of health and wellness.
Virtual primary care understands a patient's needs over time and helps them navigate to the right care – whether for urgent needs, a wellness visit, or specialty care. Health plans leveraging virtual …
SEATTLE – February 17, 2021 – 98point6, the on-demand digital primary care service that delivers personalized diagnosis, treatment and consultation to patients across the country, today announced the …
Payers and providers within an integrated delivery network all share the common goals — better outcomes, reduced costs and an improved patient-provider experience. The more innovative IDNs, such as University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, recognize the potential of virtual care cross-collaboration in achieving these goals. UPMC, which offers virtual care through UPMC Health Plan, has been an innovator in telehealth since 2016 when it began providing virtual urgent care to members. Today, UPMC has grown its program to include dozens of use cases, including impactful care management programs for pregnancy, behavioral health and pediatrics. As UPMC Health Plan’s virtual care strategy evolved, it began to identify new opportunities that bridge the gap between payer and provider and strengthen the care both can provide to members and patients. In this webinar, telehealth leaders from the payer and provider side of UPMC will discuss this budding virtual care partnership within the IDN, and how the health plan and hospitals are working together to use virtual care to positively impact the organization’s mission and goals.
VHA Home HealthCare’s dedicated service providers partner with clients and their families to determine the best approach for providing care for each unique client situation. Virtual Care services are …
CVS Health announced the launch of CVS Health Virtual Primary Care a virtual care solution available through a single digital platform. The virtual primary care provider can also help members identify …
Virtual care is increasingly chosen by consumers and physicians as an option to diagnose and treat patients. However, the increased awareness of this option created by COVID-19 does not guarantee success, and there are still significant barriers to mass adoption that must be overcome. This roundtable discussion will explore ways to overcome barriers to improving adoption levels of virtual care plans and satisfaction rates around the care given. You’ll hear from health insurers who are successfully rolling out virtual plans about the challenges they’ve faced and innovative solutions to help them meet their business goals.
Attendees Will Learn About
Business model shifts and dynamics required to implement successful virtual care plans
Building trust between patients and physicians remotely to encourage repeat usage
Behavioral change required to shift healthcare consumption patterns
Technology that enables successful diagnoses and relationship-building
In June of 2021 Google reported a 300% increase in global searches for virtual care. This should come as no surprise because according to a recent survey, 92% of consumers are now committed to incorporating virtual care into their normal interactions with their physicians. But how prepared are employers and health insurance companies to meet this surge in demand for virtual care from their employees and members?
During this webinar, Kelly Bliss, President of U.S. Group Health, Teladoc Health and Matt Eyles, President and CEO, AHIP will discuss their perspectives on how health plans and employers can prepare to meet the surge in consumer demand for virtual care by:
Decreasing out of pocket costs using virtual services
Enhancing marketing communication and engagement
Improving member experience by adding a virtual first health plan offering
Carie is simple, accessible, and free to use, enabling providers to deliver virtual healthcare quickly and effortlessly. Inspired by the pioneers of the Telehealth industry, our technology enables you …
With virtual care solutions from Netsmart, organizations can expand where and how they provide care, as well as the range of services they offer. Our telemedicine technology supports videoconferencing …
State response to the COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges to State HIT teams in supporting tactical response efforts, whilst at the same time adapting systems to meet the demands of increased volumes of enrollees into state-run programs, all of which is being undertaken predominantly with a remote ‘no-touch' government workforce.
The use of virtual care has skyrocketed as patients and health systems have been forced to adapt to an unprecedented health crisis. Join healthcare executives and innovators to learn how providers, payers, and other organizations are rethinking business models and realigning processes to better serve patients in a future where more care will be delivered virtually.
The pandemic dramatically altered the trajectory of telehealth and virtual care. The rapid adoption of telehealth tools across a wide variety of care settings and specialties helped keep both providers and patients safe, and offered a financial lifeline to organizations struggling to navigate lockdowns.
Patient safety, regulatory compliance, and cybersecurity are all more important than ever. The COVID pandemic and virtual care pathways have only increased the complexity of (and demand for) safe patient engagement. But how can providers ensure tighter security AND frictionless patient engagement? Digital identity is the key to success. Join Imprivata’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sean Kelly and VP of Product Management Aaron Freimark as they discuss with a Healthcare Innovation Editor how to leverage the latest advances in biometrics and other modern technology to increase security AND efficiency at the same time.
This webinar will explore the impact of politics on the adoption of virtual care and how the recent pandemic has begun to reshape how our legislators think about the current regulations that have to impact the adoption of these technologies. In addition, this session will highlight the ways in which political determinants of health have a far greater impact on our ability to achieve health equity than many realize, and how the long-lasting impact of decisions made by our political leaders can influence the health of generations to come.
We are known for shaping health outcomes through our innovation, quality, and compassionate patient care. Building on more than a decade of virtual health investments to be on the leading edge of this …
In the series premiere of The Virtual Care Paradigm, Sherpaa founder and CEO Jay Parkinson discusses the difference between the new world of asynchronous, tool-based virtual care and traditional video …
COVID-19 moved the needle dramatically towards broad virtual care adoption. Virtual care has the opportunity to improve patient outcomes, make care more accessible, and reduce costs. But, as the pandemic subsides, where do we go from here? Exclusive Event Hear from Dr. Nick van Terheyden, a world-renowned expert on healthcare technology and innovation.
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