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The coronavirus pandemic created an unprecedented necessity for remote health care, and telehealth became more prominent. Many advances have occurred in terms of technology, regulation, reimbursement, and adoption of this care approach.

Clinical best practices in telehealth, on the other hand, have remained consistent over time, with the key variation being the necessity to scale them up. The pandemic worsened fundamental health system vulnerabilities that had previously hampered telehealth adoption (such as inequitable access to treatment, unsustainable costs in a fee-for-service system, and a lack of quality measurements for innovative care delivery modalities).

Higher volume consumption has shown a fresh understanding of how patients from underrepresented groups might gain from or be harmed by the move to virtual care. Moving ahead, it will be crucial to determine whether COVID-19 telehealth reforms should be sustained or expanded to ensure that individuals have equal access to high-quality care. For more information visit our Telehealth Solutions

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FemTech- The Technology Shaping the Future of Women's Health

Women experience unique health issues whether it is Reproductive health, infertility, maternal health, post-natal depression, breast cancer, PCOD, menopause, etc. A proper guidance by advocating, evidence-based programs and community health, can avoid any life-threatening situation.


What is Health Information Exchange(HIE)?

Electronic exchange of clinical information permits doctors, nurses, pharmacists, other health care providers, and patients to retrieve and securely share a patient's vital medical information electronically—improving the speed, quality, safety, coordination, and cost of patient care.

Health Information Exchange

Clinical Trials

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc throughout the country and the healthcare system. However, telemedicine is stepping up as the spotlight helping healthcare providers and caregivers better respond to the needs of the patients

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