Category: News

Note from the CEO – July 2021

Read about what's been going on through this busy time at VisuWell - directly from our CEO.

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VisuWell Appoints New Director of Human Resources to Lead Diversity Initiatives

VisuWell, the industry leader in enterprise telemedicine, announces the appointment of Toccara Gould-Cunningham to Director of Human Resources, leading the company’s community, diversity, and employee initiatives.

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VisuWell Company Statement on the Events of April 24, 2021

We unequivocally condemn the behavior exhibited by Sam Johnson in a recent video widely circulated on social media.

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VisuWell Introduces Virtriage to Virtual Care Portfolio

VisuWell, the industry leader in multi-organizational enterprise telemedicine, announces the launch of Virtriage to its virtual care portfolio. As a premier triage platform, Virtriage enables healthcare organizations to customize intake questionnaires and symptom progression to guide patients to the optimal healthcare route.

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Wisconsin November 2019 Fact Sheet

On November 25, 2019, Governor Tony Evers signed SB380 into law, defining telehealth and expanding telemedicine parity to Medicaid participants.  The bill provides telehealth coverage to equal services provided in-person.

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California October 2019 Fact Sheet

On October 11, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB-744 into law requiring telemedicine coverage and payment parity by commercial health groups throughout California.

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VisuWell Now Available on Epic App Orchard Marketplace

VisuWell, the industry leader in enterprise telemedicine solutions, announces the VisuWell solution is now listed on Epic App Orchard.  As a premier integrated telemedicine solution, the VisuWell App will enable virtual encounters within the provider's Epic account and the patient's MyChart portal...

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Ohio August 2019 Fact Sheet

The Operating Budget in its entirety is effective January 1, 2020; however, “Telemedicine Services” (R.C. 3902.30, 4723.94, and 4731.2910) is effective starting January 1, 2021, for private insurers.

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New Hampshire August 2019 Fact Sheet

Governor Chris Sununu signed a bill into law allowing primary care physicians and pediatricians to bill Medicaid and private insurers for telemedicine services.  The revision of SB258, fully effective on January 1, 2020, also extends coverage to asynchronous telemedicine services.

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Parity Explained

Telemedicine is no longer a tertiary modality or the feared technology disruptor of the early years. Now it is an expectation that medical practices incorporate some form of telemedicine. 

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