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- Why Us
mHealth Corp offers a highly-reliable and secure Tele-Medicine platform for practitioners and caregivers to provide virtual health services to patients anytime, anywhere and from any device.
There is no doubt that Tele-Medicine is the future in healthcare. Laws and Regulations are changing and evolving at an exponential pace. In order for doctors and patients to take full advantage of Tele-Health and Tele-Medicine, a platform cannot focus on the present but needs to be able to seamlessly evolve and adapt to the future.
The Co-Founders of mHealth Corp with the help of a “Dream Team”
Advisory board, Medical Visionaries, and Engineers, has anticipated the future of medicine. The first step is focusing on the “SOUL” of medicine. It is the interoperability of the patient, doctor and professional support staff workflow holistically – enabled by advanced healthcare IT platforms. We believe it’s the collaboration of both Doctors and Consumers.
At this point in time it is not meant to substitute a clinical visit, but our Platform enables Tele-Medicine or Tele-Health by interacting with patient’s using technology most people already use.
mHealth Corp Tele-Medicine platform allows providers to extend their reach of care by leveraging secure one-on-one live video, audio and text message consultations between ambulatory patients and their primary care and specialty care physicians.
Using mHealth Corp’s Tele-Medicine platform, healthcare providers can conduct scheduled virtual consultations for patients receiving ongoing treatment. Providers can also conduct on-demand consultations to: help reduce avoidable visits in urgent-care or emergency room settings, provide remote medical services such as in-school virtual clinics, and collaborate physician-to-physician.
The provision of health care by means of
telecommunications and information technology. It allows patients to visit with specialized physicians in Europe and the U.S. live over video from their local institutions or the privacy of their homes. Facilitating immediate care or capture video/still images, patient data can be accessed by the
physicians without sending patient data out of the country in most cases for diagnosis and follow-up treatment.
Statistics continually prove the quality of healthcare services delivered via Tele-Medicine are as good as those given in traditional in-person consultations. In some specialties, particularly in Tele-Radiology and Tele-AcuteCare, Tele-Medicine delivers a superior product, with greater outcomes and patient satisfaction.
For over 40 years, Tele-Medicine has been used to bring healthcare services to patients in distant locations. Not only does Tele-Medicine improve access to patients but it also allows physicians and health facilities to expand their reach, beyond their own facilities. Given the provider shortages and access to sub-specialized care throughout the GCC in the underserved rural areas Tele-Medicine has a unique capacity to increase service to millions of new patients.
GCC and Canadian research has found the
resistance to implementation are less than
expected from other proposed healthcare
improvement measures. Requiring less change management initiatives and incentive. Patients and Physicians find that offering Tele-Medicine
services impacts and improves patient care from day one while saving cost.
Reducing or containing the cost of healthcare is one of the most important reasons for funding and adopting Tele-Health technologies. Tele-Medicine has been shown to reduce the cost of healthcare and increase effectiveness through better
management of chronic diseases, shared health professional staffing, and reduced travel times, plus fewer or shorter hospital stays and less re-admittance.
Consumers want Tele-Medicine. The greatest impact of Tele-Medicine is on the patient, their family and their community. Using Tele-Medicine technologies reduces travel time and related stresses for the patient. Over the past 15 years study after study has documented patient satisfaction and support for Tele-Medical services. Such services offer patients the access to providers that might not be available otherwise, as well as medical services without the need to travel long distances.