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bringing Telemedical Online Services to the Upstate NY, Region. Leveraging Primary Care Telehealth for Convenience and Quality Primary care telehealth services are giving health systems small and large new opportunities to improve care for their patients - and to bring in new business. At its heart, the telehealth or telemedicine platform is all about connecting the patient to the doctor for primary care services. That’s where it all began: a virtual connection to treat a nagging cough or cold, a sinus infection or an earache – a minor ailment that would otherwise take a chunk of valuable time away from work or school for a visit to the doctor’s office or hospital. But with digital health technology, that task can be handled quickly and efficiently online, in a fraction of the time and at much less cost to both patient and provider. That makes it an important tool for delivering both urgent and primary care.
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In creating practice guidelines for primary and urgent care in 2018, the American Telemedicine Association defined primary and urgent care as “the delivery of basic non-specialty care outside a hospital emergency department when a patient is deemed in need of immediate medical attention.”
While urgent care “is typically unscheduled and episodic, and is not always provided by the patient’s regular primary care provider,” the ATA said, primary care “implies a longer-term relationship between patient and provider, wherein the provider is usually familiar with the patient’s health history.”
According to the ATA, while telemedicine and telehealth were initially seen as portals for connecting healthcare providers and their patients with specialists, the industry has seen an explosion in growth since 2015, when only about 450,000 of the 15 million online visits were for primary care services.
"I would say without a doubt it's the fastest area of growth in telemedicine," Elizabeth Bruen.
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House Calls Plus is a unique Provider Practice, our group comes to you. they offer Medicare care linked to that of a Doctors Office with the exception of the extended wait and the travel.
House Call Plus also offer telemed visits, in which a provider is available via secure internet access. For scheduled the House call appointments we arrive at your home to address all of your medical needs. This service is also covered by most insurances including Medicare and Medicaid. We also offer assistance for those in need of HOUSING or ASSISTED LIVING who do Not qualify for Medicaid.
House Calls Plus gives quaility medical care in the convenience of the patients home. They offer medical management, medication management, diagnostic studies, and laboratory studies to name a few. Their population includes the disabled psychological and physical impairments, the Geriatric and General Medicine.
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Health care services that use telemedicine and how it is used effectively
Telemedicine for mental and behavioral health
Telemental health, telepsychology, e-therapy, m-health, is likely the largest segment of telemedicine users in healthcare because it is so flexible and can be utilized for a variety of client populations in mental and behavioral health. Popular telemedicine uses in mental and behavioral health include:
Therapy for individual, couples, or groups
In-home behavioral interventions
Forensic testimony and evaluation
Consultation and supervision
Common mental and behavioral disorders that are treated using telemedicine include:
Substance abuse and addiction
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
Neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Intellectual Developmental Disorder
Read how We and others use telemedicine to expand their mental health practice.
Telemedicine for prenatal care
Prenatal care is a great opportunity to use telemedicine. Most prenatal care are routine checkups and patient education, telemedicine allows the mother to continue to receive care without the additional time and cost burdens of travelling to the clinic for each visit.
Telemedicine for medication management
Medication compliance has become a big focus in healthcare recently. Telemedicine is a great way for healthcare providers and staff to keep in touch with patients to assure they remain compliant with their prescribed medication regimen, thus improving patient outcomes and reducing re-admissions.
Telemedicine for diabetes care and management
Chronic diseases like diabetes requires ongoing patient interaction. Telemedicine is an effective and efficient way to engage with diabetic patients. With telemedicine, patients can report their progress from the convenience of their own home.
Using telemedicine in sleep medicine
Sleep conditions are becoming easier to diagnose and treat home sleep tests and therapies, however a consultation with a sleep specialist is still required. That’s why telemedicine is becoming more popular among sleep specialists who consult with patients at home.
Telemedicine for family practices
Family healthcare can be provide in a more flexible way using telemedicine. Family physicians can use telemedicine to review test results, check in on how patients are doing, and review symptoms then prescribe medications.
Telemedicine for cancer care
Cancer often involves a long and intense period of treatment for patients with visits to many different providers all while receiving treatment that makes the patient sick and tired. By allowing patients to meet with some oncology providers from home or remote clinics using telemedicine reduces the burden on the patient and caregiver.
We take privacy and security very seriously. We implement state of the art security and encryption protocols to assure that data integrity and privacy is maintained. As a result, our software complies with HIPAA and HITECH requirements.
OF YOUR TIME
At the touch of a button and you can take care of your patients without setting up your own clinic, paying for overhead cost, equipment, and the headache of hiring and managing employee.
You're a busy provider and sometimes run late. The patient queue allows you to see that your next patient has checked in, and even allows you to jump between patients quickly and easily.
No Monthly Subscription Fees and Get Paid Without Waiting for Insurance Reimbursements
Bruen Medical Partners LLC. uses a one-of-a-kind telemedicine platform designed for Healthcare Professionals in every specialty to offer highly encrypted face to face video calls, messaging with patients and record sharing with a network of doctors. Allows you to get paid without waiting for insurance reimbursements.
Let's you offer, virtual calls, house calls, and or concierge service. With our revolutionary online scheduling, confirmation, and reminders, follow-ups, insurance verification, insurance billing, e-prescription, global advertising, and 24/7 IT support, you are on your way to a successful business in the convenience of your own home.
House Calls Plus
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We believe the patient experience should be just as amazing as yours. The patient check in process is the first impression that patients experience.
METHODS OF DELIVERY
Convenience comes in many different forms.
Two-way video-conference remains the most popular form of primary care telehealth delivery, according to a 2014 HIMSS Analytics survey, which found that almost 58 percent of doctors use the technology and some 67 percent of hospitals and health systems would most likely invest in it.
Once considered a risky, unreliable platform, virtual visit technology has evolved from the consumer-facing Skype service to a broad range of clinical platforms that feature, among other things, secure, two-way video communications, data and image transfer, high-acuity volume and visual services and the ability to link in other parties, like specialists, caregivers and friends and family.
And while those platforms were initially large and cumbersome, making them impractical for all but the largest health systems, the technology has improved considerably. Today’s virtual visit platforms can be run from a PC or laptop in a small room on the provider’s side, even using off-the-shelf technology, and patients can access the services from a form factor as small as a smartphone.
With the understanding that roughly three-quarters of America own a smartphone, healthcare providers and telehealth vendors have focused on that form factor for their latest service: on-demand, consumer-facing telehealth, available through a mobile health app.
With an Health app, consumers can connect with a healthcare provider from their PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, creating an immediate and open channel for a primary care visit. This gives the consumer the freedom to choose the location and time access to telehealth, making it more convenient and boosting patient engagement and satisfaction levels.
Of course, the smaller the screen size and the more public the platform, the fewer services it can offer the consumer.
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