Telemedicine and Virtual Health Solution Company in New York and New Jersey

Virtual Healthcare: Supporting Health Systems through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Telemedicine Solutions in New York and New Jersey

Healthcare systems are experiencing unprecedented challenges in delivering care. Healthcare providers are rapidly deploying new workflows due to COVID-19 and are experiencing a surge in demand for virtual care, evaluation and testing, and temporary field hospitals and clinics. 

You need a trusted technology partner to help you adapt and scale to serve patients and staff during this global pandemic. Troinet is here to help. With Troinet, you can provide secure, efficient care throughout the continuum of care delivery, and enable virtual communication between healthcare providers, patients, and administrative staff to reduce physical contact. To meet the demand for testing and evaluation facilities, Troinet can help you connect temporary field hospitals and clinics to triage and diagnose patients.

As an IT Solutions company in New York / New Jersey area, we provide telemedicine technology that can help you keep up with the increased volume of patient care and serve more patients through telemedicine and provider video consult. 

Getting a telemedicine company near you enables you to quickly set-up and experience faster response times. 

Benefits of Virtual Health Solutions

  • Manage increased volume of patient calls and schedule appointments as needed
  • Provide remote consultation and care through voice and video technology (Telemedicine)
  • Conduct large-scale video broadcasts for employees and care teams to share knowledge and expertise

Telehealth Solutions and Capabilities

As a certified Cisco partner in New York / New Jersey, we can help you create a brighter future with collaboration in healthcare. Digital technology can empower patients and care teams to reach beyond traditional boundaries for better outcomes. 

Imagine having the tools to:

  1. Personalize care experiences for patients
  2. Streamline clinical and business workflows
  3. Improve knowledge sharing for faster innovation

Telehealth integrated with Patient-Records (EHR)

Make virtual care and communication feel like a face-to-face interaction with high-quality video consultations.

Healthcare Solutions for Telemedicine in New York and New Jersey (2)

Provider video consult

Expand your patient’s care team to include experts at other facilities with remote consultations via video.

Healthcare Solutions for Telemedicine in New York and New Jersey (3)

Administrative collaboration

Boost organizational productivity by breaking down the barriers to open communication and collaboration across departments.

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Industry leading security

Strong encryption to meet the most stringent security requirements.

How telemedicine can help you attain business continuity, protect your business and patients

How was your business affected by the coronavirus? What’s your plan in dealing with patient cancellations and no-shows in the coming months? Are your patients and staff afraid of virus exposure? We can remain in our commitment to help businesses and healthcare entities make better decisions with technology. Telemedicine is a top solution to protect your patients and practice, and here are reasons why this solution can help you.

1. Make Telemedicine as Part of Your Business Recovery Plan

Telemedicine is a top solution to address the challenges posed by infectious diseases such as COVID-19. The future is uncertain, but the effects of this pandemic on healthcare delivery is dramatically changing.

  • The demand for healthcare practices to incorporate telemedicine is surging. 
  • COVID-19 is overwhelming the system and telemedicine prevents overcrowding, and prevent human exposures while facilitating quality-care.
  • Authorities are encouraging the use of telehealth solutions and are relaxing federal laws to facilitate greater reimburesement.

With these three factors above, it’s safe to say that incorporating telemedicine as part of your business recovery plan will help you thrive through and after this crisis.

We are here to help. The purpose of Troinet is to support businesses and help them make better decisions with technology. This time, we support your goal to heal people with tech solutions that can secure privacy, and protect lives.

Wayne Roye, Troinet CEO

2. Integrating Proper Billing to Make Sure of Reimbursement

Telemedicine is a top solution to address the challenges posed by infectious diseases such as COVID-19. The future is uncertain, but the effects of this pandemic on healthcare delivery is dramatically changing.

  • The demand for healthcare practices to incorporate telemedicine is surging. 
  • COVID-19 is overwhelming the system and telemedicine prevents overcrowding, and prevent human exposures while facilitating quality-care.
  • Authorities are encouraging the use of telehealth solutions and are relaxing federal laws to facilitate greater reimburesement.

With these three factors above, it’s safe to say that incorporating telemedicine as part of your business recovery plan will help you thrive through and after this crisis. 

How to properly reimburse telemedicine is one of the top concerns of doctors. To help address this concern, we have conducted a FREE webinar on billing telemedicne. More details in the banner below.

3. Keeps everyone safe and healthy

Telemedicine helps you give patient care through remote consultation. Sick patients can get the care they need from the comfort of their own homes. There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus infection. The best way is to avoid exposure and virtual care helps reduce the spread of serious infections.

If a serious disease, such as coronavirus, is suspected using CDC guidelines, physicians can easily direct patients for proper testing, report to health and local departments, and facilitate quarantine. As a result, you saved your team and yourself from imminent danger.

Data security is a major factor to consider since you want to make sure that your patient’s privacy is protected at all times from unauthorized access or hacking. You need not just a telemedicine provider, but one that provides IT security on top of it.

4. Telemedicine Eases the Burden and Links more Patients for Physicians

During busy times or times of pandemic, practices can be overwhelmed by the rapid influx of patients seeking treatment- and think of the potential onslaught they face if the coronavirus continues to spread in New York, New Jersey, and the US.

For many patients, taking the time off from work or school to connect to a doctor is inconvenient, let alone scary in times of public health crises like these. Televisits make it easier for doctors and patients to connect. It can reduce no-shows and canceled appointments, and patients can easily book an open slot in real-time when there are cancelations.

Telemedicine gives patients the ease of access to physicians’ services and peace of mind that they won’t expose or be exposed to contagious diseases. As a result, more patients are inclined to get consultations and providers can drive more revenue. Physicians, then, could treat more patients and reduce exposure to health risks such as COVID-19.

5. Government Authorities are Pushing for Telemedicine

New York state and national authorities are turning to telemedicine as the demand for remote healthcare surges.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York rolled out new measures to encourage testing and remote treatment. The Trump administration eased restrictions and boosted telemedicine as a way to blunt the virus’ impact on America’s health system. Telemedicine is now being viewed as a long-term healthcare solution.

There were many restrictions and hesitations on telemedicine before, both from federal and state regulation, as well as doctors who were hesitant to treat online. But the current crisis poses a potential turning point to expand the adoption of telemedicine. The coronavirus outbreak puts telemedicine ‘back into the picture’.

On March 17, 2020, CMS released guidance that allows patients to be seen via live videoconferencing in their homes. 

6. Telemedicine Prepares your Practice for the Future

Robotic medicine and remote care may be the weapon the world needs to combat not just coronavirus but other life-threatening diseases in the future. Robotic devices and camera technology are being used with coronavirus patients and in broader communication during the crisis.

The world is rapidly innovating telemedicine and hospital automation, especially China and Italy, which are experiencing tough challenges.

The world may simply not forget this health crisis. Coronavirus will influence a new direction for the healthcare market, and preparing your practice by investing in telemedicine can help you stay ahead.

As an IT company in New York, we can help you do business in a safe way with Telemedicine.

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