According to McKinsey & Company, the use of telehealth services has stabilized at levels 38 times higher than pre-Covid times.
The two companies have already seen success in improving healthcare access in remote communities throughout Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, and Nigeria.
The company's first telehealth offering is with PursueCare to offer patients an end-to-end virtual continuum of comprehensive addiction recovery care.
This new kind of framework provides a clear roadmap to evolve virtual health care benefits.
Through integration, patients can more easily connect with care teams regardless of bandwidth connectivity or language barriers.
The Chronic Care Complete is dubbed the first-of-its-kind chronic condition management solution to help individuals improve their health outcomes.
The new capability empowers MDLIVE virtual primary care providers to better support patients managing conditions like diabetes and heart disease.
As the pandemic surged, many non-COVID patients opted to stay home to avoid the risk of infection, prompting the use of telemedicine to skyrocket.
Collaboration will provide an innovative approach to care delivery, improving quality and outcomes while reducing costs.
To achieve enhanced care, a telehealth platform blends technologies such as mHealth, video and audio software solutions, remote patient monitoring and more.