News By Tag
News By Place
Follow on Google News
SBR Health is enabling Partners HealthCare to expand its reach through virtual care delivery
SBR Health—Providing care anywhere to patients and families online and through mobile devices
By: SBR Health
Partners has incorporated SBR’s Virtual Visits platform into multiple practice areas including Cardiology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Cancer and Primary Care to provide patients with a high-quality and personalized care experience as an alternative option to in-person visits for follow up care.
‘SBR Health is committed to advancing the roadmap for virtual visits at several of today’s top healthcare delivery organizations by providing a solution that is simple, secure and fully customizable for specific workflow needs,’ said Christopher Herot, CEO and Co-Founder of SBR Health. ‘We find that a lot of healthcare organizations talk about innovation but Partners as an organization has found a way to effectively implement innovation. ‘
Other top US healthcare delivery organizations such as Boston Children’s Hospital, Joslin Diabetes Center, Mayo Clinic, and Dartmouth Hitchcock are using SBR’s virtual visit system to allow their care providers to integrate video visits into their daily patient workflows. This allows them to work virtually anywhere at any time they choose, while simultaneously allowing them to address staff shortages, serve hard to reach patients, control costs and ultimately increase the level of patient care.
‘Partners HealthCare is a progressive organization to work with as they are very much dedicated to providing more convenient options for patients to communicate with their physicians as well as improving how patients experience the health care system,’ said Herot. ‘By taking advantage of our new advances in cloud-based virtual visit solutions, physicians at Partners HealthCare practices are able to reduce patient time spent in the office while simultaneously keeping patient satisfaction high.’
SBR Health is supporting many healthcare leaders such as Partners HealthCare to leverage telehealth to achieve the goals of the ‘triple aim’ that include improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of healthcare. To learn more about how your organization can utilize SBR Health’s virtual visit system in your care delivery models, visit SBR Health at the upcoming American Telemedicine Conference in Baltimore, May 17-20. SBR Health will be exhibiting and also leading the ‘Designing Virtual Home Visits to Reach Scale’ (http://www.abstractsonline.com/