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How Virtual Care Can Help You Accelerate Your Transition to Value-Based Care

An increased dependency on telehealth services last year prompted hospital systems and clinics to settle for patchwork solutions rather than address the larger problem: delivering value-based healthcare in the midst of a pandemic. Patients now expect the at-home healthcare capabilities that virtual care promises. Improved technology, with the help of…

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Post-COVID Barriers to Rebuilding Revenues Due to Slow Virtual Care Implementation Cycles

Post-COVID Barriers to Rebuilding Revenues Due to Slow Virtual Care Implementation Cycles

Healthcare systems are positioned better than ever before to implement virtual care solutions that satisfy patient needs and present opportunities for revenue growth. Clinicians who work with easy-to-use, integrated workflows schedule visits with more patients each day, leading to increased productivity. Conversely, slow implementation of virtual care systems ends up…

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12 Telehealth Use Cases

We’ve entered an age in which we can get anything online — including healthcare. Telehealth now makes it possible to provide and receive care from just about anywhere in the world, offering benefits such as increased safety, accessibility, convenience, and cost savings.

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Good Virtual Care Experiences Look Like This

Health systems, hospitals, and clinics who provide positive virtual care experiences for their patients are poised to thrive in this new landscape of telemedical care. Providing high quality virtual care that is accessible to patients—regardless of their location, age, and technical proficiency—is not only possible, it’s expected. Patients expect their…

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Now, More Than Ever, Rural Communities Need Virtual Care

The CDC reports that rural Americans are more likely to die of five leading causes than urban Americans are. That’s 57 million Americans who are at greater risk of dying from heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, stroke, and unintentional injury such as overdoses and motor vehicle accidents. Rural Americans…

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Top 5 Telehealth Trends for 2021

Telehealth became a lifeline to hospitals and clinics in 2020. Physicians needed new ways to provide the same quality of care for patients while minimizing the chance of spreading COVID-19. And patients who had become used to remote everything expected the same kind of remote access to healthcare. Some of…

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