New offerings are meant to increase doctor-to-patient virtual connectivity, helping providers adopt and health systems scale telehealth across specialties.
Harnessing Tyto's robust big data, the initial solution will support decision making for clinicians treating common use cases like wheezing and stridor.
Collaboration will allow care providers on Amwell platform to remotely examine patients using streaming information from Tyto Devices.
The initiative will supply providers with Samsung Galaxy A10e smartphones to disseminate to patients who would not otherwise have the ability to receive their healthcare virtually.
Medicare-administered by the CMS will temporarily pay clinicians to provide telehealth services for beneficiaries residing across the entire country.
This allows patients to gain support remotely from other patients and doctors associated with the XRHealth telehealth clinics.
Also, Blue Shield of California provides Teladoc's virtual care service for free to most of its members in response to COVID-19.
The clinic is certified in select states and Washington D.C. and is covered by Medicare and most major insurance providers.
Beginning in January 2020, select Cigna customers will be able to schedule appointments online to see behavioral health counselors or psychiatrists.
Launching in partnership with Gelesis, the service will make the Plenity aid available to patients who prefer a remote interaction.