SnapMD headquartered in Glendale, California offers Connected Care, their telemedicine platform.
Telemedicine Software Overview
What is Telemedicine Software?
Telemedicine software helps doctors provide remote clinical health care.
When a doctor and a patient cannot meet in person, the doctor may conduct a remote examination. To conduct remote examinations, doctors use video conferencing tools to speak with their patient. The doctor and the patient may use file sharing systems to share important documents and medical images. Often, a proxy clinician operates customized diagnostic tools that send their results to a computer.
Telemedicine software aims to assist doctors with these tasks. Vendors typically offer video conferencing and file sharing tools. They also typically support integration with diagnostic devices. Most vendors also provide tools for scheduling, prescriptions, referrals, and billing.
Most telemedicine software also provides information security. Vendors often provide data encryption and secure servers for storing medical records. Some products integrate with existing medical records software. Vendors may also provide a secure portal where patients can access their records.
Most telemedicine software is designed to be used on a standard personal computer. However, some vendors offer integrated hardware and software solutions. These systems are usually intended for use by a proxy clinician. The systems may include monitors, web cameras, microphones, diagnostic tools, and carts or carrying cases.
Telemedicine Software Features & Capabilities
Telemedicine software vendors may offer the following features:
Live video conferencing
File sharing and viewing
Diagnostic device integration
Remote control of certain diagnostic devices
Patient user profiles
Customizable appointment types
Patient portals for viewing reports and past appointments
Analytics and reporting tools
Integration with medical records software and practice management systems
APIs for integration with third-party software
Pricing for telemedicine software varies based on the feature set and the number of care providers using the software. Some vendors offer multiple pricing options, including flat-rate pricing and per-consultation pricing. Vendors may also offer free trials of their product.
Per-month pricing ranges from under $30.00 to over $900.00. Per-month, per-provider pricing ranges from under $75.00 to over $150.00.
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AGNES Interactive is a telemedicine platform from AMD Global Telemedicine headquartered in Massachusetts.
GlobalMed in Scottsdale, Arizona offers the eNcounter application suite, a telemedicine platform.
REACH Access is the flagship telemedicine platform from REACH Health headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Chiron Health is designed to help physician practices provide convenient health care access for their patients through telemedicine – and receive full reimbursement. With this solution physicians can offer secure video visits to their patients. The vendor’s value proposition is that their solution b…
CloudVisit Telemedicine in New York offers their eponymous platform for the administration of telemedicine.
MDLIVE headquartered in Sunrise, Florida offers Virtual Medical Office, a telepresence platform.
Doctor on Demand headquartered in San Francisco offers their eponymous platform for the administration of telemedicine.
Teladoc headquartered in Lewisville, Texas offers their eponymous platform for the administration of telemedicine.
MYidealDOCTOR is a telemedicine platform from the company of the same name in Georgia; they are a strategic partner of Zest Health, a mobile health company and also a recent startup company (both founded in 2013).
The Aura Platform from Banyan Medical Systems in Omaha is described by the vendor as an intelligent monitoring solution, moved into the patient room. Aura facilitates virtual provider visits, complete with interactive content, for sharing key information (EMR, PACS, etc.) with patients, their famili…
Coviu’s mission is to make telehealth business as usual for patients and providers through an effortless software experience, through world-class support, and through validated clinical tools. The vendor says its software is secure, intuitive, easily-accessible, high-quality, reliable, and pro-integ…
According to the vendor, Mend Telehealth enables organizations to connect to patients anytime, anywhere with any device. Mend promises that their telehealth platform has a 98.3% engagement rate and single digit no-show rates. Mend also offers automation capabilities to integrate with EHR, PMS, and o…
Kareo also provides a telemedicine engine, allowing users to connect with patients anywhere at anytime in a way presented by the vendor as simple, secure and streamlined—and fully reimbursed by private payers.
Bright.md in Portland is a healthcare automation company, providing direct-to-patient telehealth for healthcare systems with its AI-powered, asynchronous virtual-care platform, SmartExam. Bright.md partners with healthcare providers seeking to enhance patient access: online, on their terms, and when…
Boston-headquartered Amwell (formerly known as American Well) offers their AW8 platform for the administration of telemedicine. Amwell acquired Avizia's enterprise telehealth solution in 2018. The solution is now part of Amwell's solution.