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‘Healthcare from your Couch’ - Coviu's new telehealth directory

jenniferwratten Nov 9, 2019 4:24:45 AM
‘Healthcare from your Couch’ - Coviu's new telehealth directory

You stare at your watch as the precious minutes tick by, looking away only briefly to check that your children haven’t touched the communal magazines. Everyone around you is coughing and sputtering.  You reach into your bag to grab the hand sanitizer, which you quickly distribute to your boys. ‘Don’t touch anything! I don’t want you both getting sick!’ you instruct.

Change is coming: Be prepared with Coviu’s telehealth software.

jenniferwratten Nov 12, 2018 10:54:53 AM
Change is coming: Be prepared with Coviu’s telehealth software.

Recent trends in legislation show that the Australian government is starting to offer greater reimbursements for telehealth in rural areas. As a result, demand for telehealth services is increasing, offering a new income stream for GPs. Adopting this technology allows clinicians to fight off online competition and provide patients with continuity of care. However, it is only natural that you may have questions about how to effectively incorporate it into your practice.

Want to increase flexibility for both you and your patients?

jenniferwratten Nov 2, 2018 4:02:43 AM
Want to increase flexibility for both you and your patients?

As technology advances, it changes the way in which healthcare is provided to patients in Australia. One area of growth in Telehealth is physiotherapy, whereby patient care is becoming more accessible and effective than ever before.

How telehealth is bridging Australia’s mental health inequities

jenniferwratten Oct 11, 2018 3:10:03 PM
How telehealth is bridging Australia’s mental health inequities

Almost half of all Australians will suffer from mental illness at some stage in their lives, yet many will refuse, or be unable to seek professional help due to social stigmas and a lack of access to services. Remote and regional dwellers are particularly affected, as geographical and social isolation can reduce the number of mental health services available.