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Top Telemedicine Problems to Avoid

Virtual healthcare is known by many names these days – telemedicine, telehealth, digital medicine, it keeps going. Whatever the name, this digital mode of care is expanding rapidly in response to the needs of the pandemic and the growth of new technology. This rapid expansion has been accompanied by some…

Different Types of Virtual Care

Virtual care can be implemented across every point in the care continuum, for all departments in a healthcare organization. And virtual care isn’t limited to video visits or general concerns.  An EHR-integrated virtual care platform improves patient access to better care, wherever they are, for practically any type of care…

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Virtual Care Implementation with Bluestream Health

Transitioning from a temporary COVID virtual care solution to a permanent virtual care solution can seem intimidating, but Bluestream Health makes the process of implementation quick and straightforward. Switching the bulk of your everyday appointments to virtual care can be possible in a matter of weeks, whether you have five…

Case Studies

How ReferWell Added Telehealth Visits Into Its Virtually Integrated Network Platform With Bluestream

ReferWell creates a connected virtual referral process to optimize transitions of care. By connecting providers into Virtually Integrated Networks, ReferWell saves patients and healthcare networks alike time and money. However, ReferWell hit a massive obstacle in 2020, when telehealth became the new normal. The ReferWell platform was built with in-person…

How Signature Healthcare Transformed Into a Virtual Clinic With Bluestream Health

Health care providers in Signature Healthcare’s network were each using their own telemedicine solutions, working with platforms such as doxy.me and Zoom, and preventing Signature Healthcare from thoroughly and effectively streamlining, coordinating and managing all processes. Signature Healthcare was in search of a virtual care platform that could easily integrate…

How MedStar Health Tackled COVID-19 With Bluestream

While MedStar Health previously had a platform available for clinicians to deliver scheduled outpatient video visits as needed, demand in February 2020 only required supporting about two scheduled video visits weekly. Suddenly, thousands of MedStar Health clinicians now needed an alternative pathway to care for patients who could not be…

What to Look for in a Virtual Care Solution

Find out how upgrading from telehealth to a virtual care solution can simplify your tech stack and lead to increased profits.

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Checklist: “Key Features to Look for in Virtual Care APIs”

Are you a digital health developer looking to upgrade your platform with virtual care? Are you a technology developer for a healthcare organization, looking for ways to improve how you deliver virtual care services? This checklist will help you develop the right set of requirements for best-in-class virtual care APIs…

Upgrading from Telehealth: What to Look for in a Virtual Care Solution

Five years ago, physicians and patients were reluctant to incorporate telehealth solutions due to poor workflow integration, patient privacy concerns, and uncertainties about insurance coverage. COVID-19 has quickly uncovered the need for robust telehealth services; the demand is higher now than ever before…

Transitioning From Zoom To A Virtual Clinic

Clinics are facing unparalleled challenges, especially high volumes of mixed care requests, postponed appointments during COVID, and deploying new technology in their facilities. Basic video conferencing solutions like Zoom lack the features necessary to provide a lean end-to-end virtual patient experience…

In the News

Bluestream Health for Insurers

NYC Health + Hospitals keeps patients out of ER with virtual urgent care

Once the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the health system needed to be able to treat the surge of patients with urgent care needs virtually so they could keep them safely at home and away from the overwhelmed emergency care system. To ensure all New Yorkers could access this new service, NYC H+H also needed a telehealth vendor that enabled it to offer virtual urgent care to all patients in their patients’ preferred language and without a clear need for the Internet or a smartphone.

Just When You Thought it was Safe to Go Back in the Water

Now that we’re in the swing of the summer movie season, I thought it would be fun to revisit a bit of Jaws nostalgia. Like Jaws, COVID-19 came out of the blue and caught the healthcare industry unaware. Vacations were ruined, knee replacements were postponed, and healthcare delivery was interrupted

Press Releases

Reduce missed appointments with Bluestream Health

Bluestream Health Unveils Newly Upgraded Virtual-First Platform to “Work The Way You Work”

NEW YORK, July 22, 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 its newly upgraded virtual care telehealth platform. The easy-to-use virtual-first platform-as-a-service (PAAS) is designed to work from anywhere, anytime and on any device.

Bluestream Health and The Azadi Project Team up to Provide Women Refugees in Greece with Virtual Care Services

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.

Bluestream Health Selected by the Region 1 Disaster Health Response System to Provide Telehealth Services to Hospitals in Emergency and Crisis Situations

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.