It’s no secret that healthcare has been at the center of COVID-19 disruptions. The pandemic has pushed the limits of the healthcare system in ways we could have never imagined. Provider revenue streams and staffing were significantly impacted, and everyone had to shift as much of their business model as possible to a virtual care environment to survive.
Adopting telemedicine for consultative patient visits oﬀers primary care a path toward restoring patient volume and hope for a postpandemic future.
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Now that virtually everything during the COVID-19 pandemic has gone virtual, why not a trip to the doctor too? Equality Health® has added telemedicine to the list of its defining features available to primary care providers to enhance their patients’ well-being.
Right now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, obtaining healthcare can be a challenge as you reduce your in-person contact. For that reason, telehealth has become a necessity.
Equality Health, a whole-health delivery system, today announced that it is offering a turnkey telehealth solution to primary care practices in Southern California that are in the Equality Health Network for their entire patient population, including Medicare Advantage patients.
Equality Health, a Phoenix-based whole-health delivery system, announces an initiative to support primary care practices – a need accelerated by the novel coronavirus pandemic.