7 ways asynchronous telehealth powers digital-first health systems
February 11, 2022
As the consumerization of healthcare becomes more of a reality, a digital-first approach to care is being explored by more and more systems throughout the U.S. Today’s top tech advancements range from remote patient monitoring to AI & machine learning to virtual reality—and to asynchronous telehealth.
Couple the desire to keep revenue flowing with crippling capacity constraints, and it’s no wonder many are looking to asynchronous telehealth options. With the right solution, systems can lower overall costs of care, increase patient satisfaction, and reduce administrative burden on doctors.
Below, we rounded up the top seven ways asynchronous telehealth helps power a digital-first approach to healthcare.
Asynchronous telehealth improves patient access to quality care. If used correctly, asynchronous technology can help improve access to quality care, and at Bright.md, that remains at the core of our product. Bright.md’s asynchronous platform addresses key barriers to access, including transportation, language, technology, cost, wait times, health literacy and inclusivity. An asynchronous platform that helps with care access and health equity should also allow for connection without broadband—Bright.md operates on any device with an Internet connection. Our team of developers, writers, and clinicians constantly ensures the platform is built and maintained for a diverse patient population and is continually updating the interface to be inclusive of gender identities, socioeconomic background, and other factors. Read full article here: https://bright.md/blog/7-ways-asynchronous-telehealth-powers-digital-first-health-systems/?utm_source=bmd&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=digest&mkt_tok=OTE3LUNaTy01MjgAAAGCxeGYND3bypsZRJow17HWYcm7FV1UodVW5MMo0KV-rlLhWbj7O4nds9NlFF4YftlRgpIV3qUhHg3ujjoEwJyrxYI6TzFC91UMO3Svi7Y9xSA