As much of the nation faces tougher COVID-19 restrictions, telehealth uptake is once again soaring. Video consultations allow for continuity of care, building rapport, improving efficiencies, reducing costs and keeping the community safe.
The healthcare industry is constantly evolving. More so than ever in the past year, where we saw a massive industry shift from in-person care to virtual care delivered via telehealth due to the worldwide pandemic. A shift that forced us to rely on a digital led society showing us that we are able to live in a blended digital and physical world.
On 20th April, Coviu CEO and Co-founder, Dr Silvia Pfeiffer, joined other industry experts to present at the National Telehealth Summit at the Swissôtel Sydney. This is a transcript of her presentation on New Models of Care and the Financial Opportunities for Healthcare Businesses .
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with AHPA - the recognised national voice for allied health professions. AHPA collectively represents and advocates on behalf of roughly 130,000 allied health professionals who provide services across a range of settings.
Australian Healthcare Week Expo took place on the 17th and 18th of March, 2021. The event hosted over 200 speakers, 170 sessions and 3 industry specific conferences - Aged Care, Digital Healthcare and Health facilities Design and Development.
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.
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.