This article first appeared in DigitalHealthX and is re-posted here with approval.
Posts about Telehealth:
What is telehealth?
As we well know, the internet has become an integral part of our everyday lives, affecting the way we shop, bank, work and communicate. It has also changed the way patients search for health information and healthcare service providers online.
It’s a story many healthcare providers are familiar with. The balancing act of completing paperwork, seeing patients and travelling for work, whilst still making time for personal obligations, can be utterly exhausting. But there is a solution.
The picture below shows an Audiologist working with a patient and their GP remotely as a collaborative care consultation. Up to 4 parties may participate in the same Coviu call and soon our multi-peer feature allowing up to 12 end call participants - ideal for group therapy sessions.
Aims to bring more interactive digital consultations to the healthcare sector
SYDNEY AUSTRALIA — 18th April 2018. Coviu, a spinout of CSIRO’s Data61, has raised $1m from venture capital firm Main Sequence Ventures to provide Australians with greater access to interactive medical treatment in the comfort of their own home.
Silvia here, from Coviu. We provide software to healthcare businesses to enable them with secure & effective video consultation solutions. But I’ve found that lots of healthcare businesses and practices fail at making the transition to digital and I want to help you succeed.
SYDNEY/PERTH AUSTRALIA — 28th March 2018. Coviu has carved out a new niche, with occupational and...
Analysing the efficacy of Telepractice
Amongst the allied health professions, speech pathology is leading the way with studies about the efficacy of telehealth. This is really exciting, because speech pathologists are delivering services across a wide spectrum of demographics, clinical environments, and health providers — lessons learnt here are applicable to many other clinician services.