PatientPop launches telehealth solution in response to COVID-19

PatientPop, telehealth solution, COVID-19, Virtual care
PatientPop launches telehealth solution in response to COVID-19

PatientPop, the healthcare leader in practice growth technology, announced the launch of PatientPop Telehealth, a solution to help providers meet the rising demand for virtual care as the nation battles against COVID-19.

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As the U.S. attempts to combat the spread of COVID-19 through widespread isolation, the World Health Organization has encouraged healthcare providers to prepare for significant surges in patients needing care.

“To help our providers respond to the current health crisis and the unique challenges posed by COVID-19, they need the ability to offer virtual care,” said PatientPop Co-founder and Co-CEO Luke Kervin. “Healthcare providers must be armed with the technology and support necessary to meet the needs of their patients.”

PatientPop Telehealth offers an easy-to-use virtual exam room and front office that equip providers with the tools needed to deliver high-quality care using high-definition video. Providers can send digital patient registration forms, chart and take notes, e-prescribe — all though a HIPAA- and COPPA-compliant telehealth portal.

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The platform also offers a billing function, making it easy for providers to collect payments directly from patients. Providers can also securely store and export medical records and other important patient data to their EMRs.

PatientPop believes that telehealth — with the recent expansion of telehealth delivery by Medicare and other changes in response to COVID-19 — will go a long way to ease the burden providers are facing during the pandemic and will become a preferred method of care delivery beyond the crisis.

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