FAQ’s – Telemedicine Questions and Answers
What medical specialties can use eVisit software?
While we’ve found that eVisit software can be used in many different settings, primary care and orthopedics are two areas where we’ve seen the software have a significant impact.
What medical conditions can you treat via eVisit software?
eVisit offers the perfect tool to connect with your patients, whether you’re checking in post operation or diagnosing a medical condition. Some of most common conditions treated are, urinary tract infections, asthma, respiratory infections, sinusitis, bronchitis, pharyngitis, allergies, cold and flu, sore throat, pink eye, sprains and strains, sport injuries, arthritic pain, insect bites, skin inflammation, rashes, vomiting and diarrhea.
Will I need additional insurance to treat patients via the eVisit solution?
The short answer is no. Through many discussions with malpractice providers, we’ve found that as long as a pre-existing relationship occurs between the healthcare provider and patient, no additional malpractice insurance is needed. We encourage all customers to contact their malpractice provider to ensure that their current coverage is sufficient.
Does eVisit data integrate with my existing EMR?
Yes. transferring data from eVisit software to your current EMR is possible and is more of a workflow solution rather than a software integration.
How can eVisit increase my patient flow?
When used to treat minor medical conditions, our platform can increase patient flow by up to 300%. The average in-office visit takes a physician or other healthcare provider approximately 10-15 minutes of face-to-face time; through many clinical trials, online video visits have proven to take approximately 3-5 minutes of face-to-face time. Patients receive high-quality care from you, their provider and providers have a tool that increases productivity and revenue.
Is eVisit software HIPAA compliant?
Yes. We maintain the highest standards of security to ensure that all patient data is safely secured and adheres to all HIPAA requirements.
What kind of impact can eVisit have on practice revenue?
While there are many use cases for the eVisit platform in a practice setting, we have found that in primary care, in cases where a physician is at capacity, transitioning just 10% of minor medical cases (approximately 300 patients) can result in an increase in revenue of $100,000.