Recent headlines have brought telemedicine into the spotlight, providing the opportunity to dive into what real telemedicine is and what it can do.
Learn how VisuWell & WeCounsel are shifting behavioral demand to where capacity exists, solving the behavioral access and supply challenge. Virtual Behavioral Health Integration is the key to improving outcomes and reducing overall cost of care, and the VisuWell/WeCounsel team is the company leading the way.
Behavioral health integration can appear to be an overwhelming task. If you are starting the process, our 6 step guide to integrated care will be a great resource for developing your business plan.
Virtual behavioral health integration in primary care shows the greatest promise in solving for behavioral access. The human body is a complex network of systems that are interdependent. For centuries though, mental health has been treated independently of traditional medical care.
TeleHealth Solutions and VisuWell today announced a partnership which will further accelerate the expansion of VisuWell’s telemedicine platform within the healthcare industry.
Diabetic populations struggle with some of the greatest chronic care challenges that result in non-compliance. The answer to creating a healthier population lies in treating the patient as a whole rather than the diagnosis, and studies show that mental health is a primary factor.
VisuWell, formerly known as WeCounsel, announces the successful completion of a new round of funding slated for sales growth and market expansion of its telemedicine platform. An undisclosed amount was raised led by insiders Longmeadow Capital (Longmeadow, MA), and Point Judith Capital (Boston, MA), among other participants.
VisuWell provides a telemedicine platform for health organizations with any specialty mix. The platform enables any provider group or hospital to add virtual patient encounters to their care delivery model, increasing access and reducing cost.
Get a quick update on federal legislation related to telehealth, specific to chronic care and veterans.
Telemedicine legislation is quickly changing due to growing demand from employers, patients, and providers. 2017 brought many state level telehealth legislation updates and in 9 states this new legislation takes effect in January 2018.