MedStar Health, which operates more than 300 healthcare entities, including 10 hospitals in the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area, had been using telehealth services vendor Bluestream Health to perform its virtual visits
NEW YORK, May 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bluestream Health, the rapidly growing telehealth platform designed to power healthcare providers and patients, no matter their location, language, or age, today announced that it has partnered with The Azadi Project to provide virtual care services to refugee women and girls fleeing from countries like Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and Syria for safety in Greece.
Telehealth has been available to the general public for decades in one form or another. Whether it’s a parent calling in the middle of the night about a sick child or a student seeking mental health resources, 24-hour hotlines have long been resourced as the first point of contact. For…
NEW YORK, April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bluestream Health, the rapidly growing virtual care company designed to power healthcare providers, today announced a strategic partnership with the Region 1 Disaster Health Response System (RDHRS) to provide telehealth services during disasters or public health emergencies.
On September 27, 2018, the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Readiness (ASPR) awarded two $3 million grants to investigate and develop regional disaster health response systems (RDHRS).
There’s no question that the demand for telehealth and virtual care has grown exponentially over the last twelve months.
Telehealth provider Bluestream Health has added Leon Medical Centers, a seven-location Miami-Dade FL provider. Bluestream Health provides whitelabeled secure telehealth services that combine with medical workflows to approximately 50,000 providers in 500 facilities.
Telehealth, telemedicine, and virtual care are often used interchangeably to describe remote healthcare visits. But virtual care means something much more than just telehealth or telemedicine. In fact, virtual care is in a category all its own. It is the logical, necessary next step in providing access to healthcare for all.
Given what we have all just gone through, (and are continuing to go through) with the global pandemic, does the question about whether we should be using or supporting telehealth services really need answering? To think in terms of having in-person only or office visits right now is so “last year” (or the year before).
Bluestream Health, the rapidly growing virtual care company designed to power healthcare providers is expanding its strategic partnership with QLER, a nationally distributed healthcare provider, to provide the comprehensive platform for their national group of board-certified psychiatrists to treat patients in ER/IP/OP settings via dedicated on demand telehealth partnerships with regional health systems.