TytoCare's Home and Clinic solutions will provide Baptist Health with comprehensive virtual care capabilities for both current and prospective patients in Kentucky and Indiana
The service will operate in 32 states and provide virtual care for more than 20 common health conditions, such as allergies, acne, and hair loss.
The Home Smart Clinic combines remote physical exams, tailored behavioral change frameworks, and expanded diagnostic AI-capabilities to support the full continuum of primary care, with an average of 10% reduction in the total cost of care.
The virtual primary care model is designed to help employees get timely and convenient access to a trusted online care team
The Caregility Cloud and Eko Connect integration addresses virtual care gaps by providing a more comprehensive physical exam experience to care teams and patients
Primary360 members will now receive in-network referrals and care coordination support, free same-day medication delivery, and on-demand phlebotomy.
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.