Telehealth has been a hot topic this year, with traditional healthcare delivery models changing virtually overnight in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. But with this surge in telehealth usage, come many important questions about how to navigate this new blended model of healthcare. That is, offering both in-person consultations and video consultations.
Coviu is pleased to announce we have partnered with Medipass, to create an add-on that will simplify your payment and claiming processes.
One of the greatest technologies kick-started by the pandemic has been digital scripts. Prior to COVID-19, paper-based scripts made prescribing and fulfilling medications notoriously inefficient, whilst digital scripts promised a future where patients could receive medications within a few hours of seeing their GP.
After extensive planning and organisation, team Coviu was lucky enough to attend our annual Company Offsite last week at Peppers Craigieburn in Bowral, NSW.
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MyHealth1st has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to integrating new ideas or technologies into its industry leading online booking platform. With the rapid rise and growing demand for telehealth around Australia, it’s no wonder that MyHealth1st and Coviu, the number one browser-based, end-to-end encrypted telehealth solution have extended their partnership to facilitate new patient acquisition, seamless integration of Coviu Rooms and telehealth bookings.
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Traditional healthcare delivery models changed virtually overnight in the wake of the pandemic. With strict social distancing rules and the introduction of universal MBS telehealth items, practices across all disciplines were left no choice but to embrace telehealth.