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When choosing which telehealth platform best fits your needs, it’s vital to choose carefully. You must be assured the telehealth platform you select follows the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rule. It must also be compliant with HIPAA regulations.
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The world of medicine is changing and Telehealth is becoming an increasingly vital part of the future of medicine. While telemedicine has been a growing part of medicine for a while now much of its use was centered around providing service to remote locations and assisting healthcare professionals in conferencing and consulting on patient care. Recent concerns about social distancing and limiting opportunities for infection have changed that. There is an increasing demand for telehealth opportunities in place of everyday face to face appointments.
Telehealth offers many benefits to today’s busy health care provider.
  • Savings
Health care providers and health care organizations are in constant competition. Both are attempting to provide the most convenient, highest quality of care to patients. Both want to do this at the lowest cost.
Telehealth technology gives healthcare organizations and providers the ability to serve patients without the need for a face to face appointment. This can reduce your costs in maintaining your physical location.
Fewer in-person appointments means less office space required, fewer exam rooms, fewer supplies for visits, and less disinfecting between appointments.
Telehealth ultimately decreases overall healthcare costs. With telehealth technology, you can give patients the care they require and deserve at an affordable cost.
  • Peace of Mind

Doctors and therapists can use telehealth to see whether an in-person appointment is necessary. Health care providers can advise and even treat patients quickly. This offers your patients peace of mind. Many times patients don’t need to be seen in-person. Patients save time and avoid unnecessary worry.

When a patient is asked to come in they are spared the worry that they are spending money unnecessarily. They know they need to see the doctor. This has been confirmed.
The greater efficiency of telehealth decreases waiting time for your patients. It improves time management for you as health care providers and translates to a better quality of care. Your patients spend less time waiting. They are treated and have answers to worries about their health more quickly.
  • Hospital-Acquired Infections
A study was conducted by Oxford University Press, a trusted research organization that publishes over 200 research-based journals around the world. This study found that 1 in 10 individuals who are admitted to a hospital will acquire a healthcare-associated infection. Telehealth can help reduce how often patients end up in a hospital. It can help your patients avoid unnecessary trips to an ER. It gives doctors a chance to help patients before they reach the point of needing a hospital stay.
Telehealth technology helps to decrease the risk of hospital-acquired infections. Certain patients are particularly vulnerable. When you are able to offer telehealth services children, elderly adults, and individuals with autoimmune deficiencies can benefit greatly. Telehealth also offers monitoring of patients after they have been discharged from the hospital. Health care management can continue safely. Post-surgical and post-discharge patients can be provided with telemonitoring services. They can heal from the comfort and safety of their own homes. This ultimately shortens their hospital stay and reduces the risk of exposure to infection.
  • Accessibility
Telemedicine makes consultation with certain patients easier.Without telehealth services, many people living in rural areas are unable to access the healthcare services they require.
Patients in more populated areas may be trying to avoid going to the doctor out of fear of infection or have other factors that inhibit their ability to get to the doctor.

With HipaaVideo telemedicine patients no longer are forced to put off regular healthcare interactions.

With telehealth technologies, greater access to healthcare is available. As a provider you can see more patients successfully gel the care you feel they need. This benefits your patient’s overall health and well-being. Patients are no longer forced to put off regular check-ups or health concerns. They have more freedom to take full advantage of the healthcare resources available to them.
  • Time
Physician’s time is valuable. Many outside factors can interfere with patients ability to keep a face to face appointment.
This can result in cancellations and no-shows wasting valuable time for Doctors and potentially taking an appointment away from another patient. Telehealth technology reduces barriers for patients resulting in fewer missed appointments for the patient and fewer last-minute schedule changes for the doctor.
  • Quicker Diagnosis
When a healthcare professional meets virtually with a patient, the interaction may result in reduced time to diagnose various conditions,
With less delay in accessing healthcare providers and their patients can have answers more quickly.
Fewer delays allow doctors to provide more effective healthcare and mean healthier patients.
  • Convenience
Telehealth technology offers greater convenience and easier access to patients. It allows your patients to schedule appointments on their own time. They can access health care without having to take time away from work, school, significant others, children, or family.
This means your patients are more likely to schedule and keep the appointments you as a health care provider feel that they need. It also offers healthcare providers greater flexibility in their own scheduling. With telehealth, it is easy for providers to adjust appointments for convenience and to keep patient schedules running on time.
  • Health Education
Telehealth services give providers an opportunity to offer patients online health-management classes. For example, patients who suffer from diabetes or obesity can be educated on how to manage their condition. Patients experiencing high stress can be taught relaxation techniques or other ways to manage their stress. Patients managing aspects of their health at home can access educational materials and those using new medical devices or equipment can view video demonstrations. Information is power for patients. It helps them to help themselves. When patients can help themselves healthcare providers can direct their attention to where it is truly needed.

Why HIPAA Video?

We Make Video Visits Easy & Secure
If you are a healthcare provider who electronically submits health care information, you must comply with the Hipaa Rules’ requirements to protect the privacy and security of health information.
As a healthcare provider who electronically submits health care information, you are what Health and Human Services (HHS) considers a “covered entity.” This means that you must comply with the Hipaa Rules’ requirements to protect the privacy and security of health information. You must also provide patients with certain rights with respect to their health information.
The use of electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) requires strict guidelines to be met and upheld under HIPAA regulations.
When choosing which telehealth platform best fits your needs, it’s vital to choose carefully.
  • You must be assured the telehealth platform you select follows the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rule.
  • It must also be compliant with HIPAA regulations.
HIPAA Video’s secure telehealth platform provides peace of mind for the patient and the medical professional that all ePHI is:
  • Only accessed by authorized users.
  • Integrity is shielded through a system that is highly secure and safeguarded.
  • Monitored under a method to prevent any breaches.

Business Associate Agreement Included

As per HIPAA guidelines, a “business associate” is a person or entity, other than a member of the workforce of a covered entity, who performs functions or activities on behalf of, or provides certain services to, a covered entity that involve access by the business associate to protected health information.  A “business associate” also is a subcontractor that creates, receives, maintains, or transmits protected health information on behalf of another business associate.”  As such, HIPAA Video provides a BAA for all clients.

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