Leaning on two decades of experience connecting providers with the patients who need them, Net Medical’s new features reduce healthcare waste, inefficiencies and access blocks
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (June 3, 2020) — Net Medical., (OTC PINK: NMXS), a global telehealth platform and premier provider of online medical services and support, today announced a suite of new features within its suite of telemedicine services.
“Telehealth has been around for a generation at this point — tackling then as it does today the same problems of healthcare accessibility, affordability, overall waste and credentialing, yet the pandemic has accelerated telehealth adoption by healthcare systems, providers and patients,” said Dick Govatski, CEO, Net Medical. “The question has never been regarding which problem telehealth solves, the question our customers have looked to us to answer was how to make the experience enjoyable, frictionless and secure.”
With many new entrants into the $20 billion telehealth market , Net Medical focuses on the quality, privacy, security and ease-of-use its robust platform provides. U.S federal and state restrictions have loosened as of late to better provide healthcare accessibility, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic; however, those changes have largely been to ease historically clunky state-to-state credentialing needed in the old system.
“Net Medical offers services to providers in every state and many different specialties — from primary health to neurosurgery — and connects those providers with patients down the street as easily as to patients across the ocean, and the focus has always been providing a medical-grade experience,” said Govatski. “This is not a video chat with friends or family. This is personal health information, a private conversation with liabilities providers know all too well. Patients need to feel the same comfort level they would feel with a provider in an actual exam room, and providers need sophisticated but straightforward solutions so they can support the best possible patient outcomes.”
A Expanded Features Suite
The new features provide a thoughtful, streamlined, complete solution for providers, regardless of specialty or healthcare setting.
“Our experience in the market over the past two decades makes the features we introduce not only data-driven, but also frictionless,” said Rafael Rubio, president, Net Medical. “The Net Medical approach to technology is to move it as much to the background as possible. We want patients to forget they are visiting a doctor through a screen. How do you do that when the encounter is entirely experienced via telehealth platform? We make the entire, live encounter accessible with just one click.”
New and expanded features include (video demos can be found on Net Medical’s YouTube channel):
●IT services for telemedicine, including the industry’s only 1-click experience
●Expanded call center operations
●Online intake forms
●Integration into provider’s EMR
●Video conferencing for outpatients
●Fair market value analysis
●Follow up visits (rounding)
●Credentialing and licensing services
Dr. Ernest Madu is an internationally acclaimed physician, featured on Ted Talk stages and largely considered a knowledgeable voice in the telehealth space. As a longtime Net Medical customer, he has leveraged the New Mexico-based platform from his home in Nashville to serve cardiology patients across the Carribean and his home country of Nigeria.
“We as healthcare providers are in the profession because we believe in its power to heal and improve communities, oftentimes the communities in which we were born or now live,” said Dr. Madu. “Our success in serving a community was historically based on a patient’s ability to travel or afford services. The pandemic has reminded us that geography is a superficial barrier to effective healthcare, and we need partners like Net Medical to help us deliver on our oaths and capabilities.”
About Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc.
Net Medical Xpress’ Telemedicine programs provide diagnostic and clinical medical services to mobile companies, urgent cares, hospitals, trauma centers, imaging centers, jails, nursing homes, corporate health departments, and outpatient medical facilities. The company’s proprietary, web-based Telemed is the foundation software, which enables medical providers to make real-time assessments of patients’ conditions and treatment needs.
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