Making a revisionary impact for the healthcare provider industry especially for those who choose to seize the opportunity, the telemedicine platform is the future of the healthcare industry. With the pandemic crisis and the platform’s wider access to care, the platform has proved to be quite flexible for many geographical areas. In fact, helping in billing for the patient and for all virtual services in hospitals, and licensure coordination across the state; telemedicine today is most preferred due to its convenience and cost effectiveness.
In a recent survey, more than half of the patient population which is 65% of patients in fact preferred telemedicine platform visits over in person visits for consultations or any other services.
With the possibility and flexibility of scheduling and reduced time in between several patient visits, the platform has several benefits.
Replacing all the urgent care consultation, services, in-house consult visits, telemedicine can save more than half of the cost that a person ends up wasting during an in-patients visit session. As issues related to or concerning urinary tract infection, common cough and cold, throat infection, sinusitis etc can be guided and in fact further treated in a cost effective way through telehealth which is quite cost effective by the way. Reducing all the geographical boundaries across the borders and issues like shortage of skilled and experienced physicians in an especially rural area, the telemedicine platform today is the one stop solution for all healthcare services
Today the platform is in fact known for:
Increasing access for patient care management – as the platform helps in providing complete access to both patients and physicians from any area at one’s own comfort within the home
Flexible work-life balance – it gives the opportunity to work remotely with lesser burnout while helping physicians maintaining flexible working hours.
Increases in patient volume – being a convenient solution, the platform prevents loss of patients and lesser cancelation of patients visits as it provides patients with more time; reducing their wait time and time that they end up wasting in traveling.
Dipak Nandi, M.D, recipient of several entrepreneurial awards and a proud member of the prestigious AIIMS alumni and a board certified psychiatrist, who is also a pioneer in the field of healthcare outsourcing and telehealth solutions stated, telemedicine platform today is one of the convenient solution for all physician shortage problems and high burnout rates.