Are you familiar with telemedicine services?
Looking for telemedicine service providers and healthcare professionals who have used telemedicine services in their businesses to help guide research for an upcoming review of major telemedicine service providers.
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Here are some of the questions I am looking to answer:
What do you look for in a telemedicine service?
What are things to avoid?
What are the advantages of offering telemedicine?
What are the potential drawbacks?
What questions should a provider ask when researching possible telemedicine service provider partners?
Which telemedicine services have you used and what are your thoughts on their performance?
What are some other major telemedicine services you have encountered?
I have not used telemedicine myself, but I have done extensive research on this recently. I researched Forbes, MedTechNews, and Statista other industry-specific resources to get honest info. If interested, here is the link: https://www.byteant.com/blog/telemedicine-app-development-market-study-and-startup-opportunities-2020-whitepaper/
In a couple of words, telemedicine apps should be convenient and accessible through multiple platforms. Other good practices are integrations with EHR software, adding peripheral devices such as heart rate trackers to measure the key metrics. Of course, if you provide video consultations, they should be secured and stored.
The main advantage for product launchers is profitability. Now that remote care is a robust alternative to in-person visits, you can use the high demand to provide the necessary service. Plus, you can save costs for doctors and customers.
You can view a more in-depth study of telehealth market & startup applications and get the experts' opinions in a whitepaper via the link provided. It covers the key trends, use cases, and advantages of telehealth service for medical institutions.
Either way, it's important to make data-based decisions to avoid costly mistakes.
Among the world's lockdown, there is a huge demand for telemedicine software. Since OPD services are closed in many hospitals, doctors are taking care of their patients through phone, video call, & other such mediums. Through telemedicine software, you will be able to set up online appointments, manage time slots, provide consultation via text or video call, and send prescriptions as well. However, there is a huge list of Telemedicine software providers, I would suggest you for reviewing SoftClinic telemedicine software. I found it pretty useful for clinics and hospitals. Here is the link to review it: https://www.softclinicsoftware.com/telemedicine-software-provider/