More on TeleHealth's Stabilizing Effects
New revenue streams realized from alternative means of seeing patients when in-office visits aren’t necessitated, desired, or possible help bring balance to practice finances. Virtual visits add more frequent patient check-ins and when mixed with in-office visits help patients become more vested in their own health.
Virtual health is a game-changer. Not only is it a practice differentiator, its capabilities to remotely monitor patient health in real-time make it an invaluable tool.
Think in terms of a patient’s daily health data over the course of week or month, which helps you identify positive and negative health trends, and for patients nearing crisis immediate intervention alleviating costly emergency hospital visits or stays.
As Digital Health technologies and connected health peripherals become more ubiquitous improving patient outcomes grows as well. With smart health technologies growing to 121 million users in the next three years, and with 80% of consumers indicating they are willing to wear a fitness tracker according to Business Insider—the adversity toward virtual patient technology has dramatically waned.
Now is the time to adopt.
Act to be competitive and relevant.
Balance revenue for your bottom-line.
Achieve flexibility for your patients and staff.
Engage patients often to manage chronic illness.