VIRTUAL VISITS IN ACTION
Virtual Visits have been shown to be clinically effective and efficient across many different clinical applications
Home Health Services
Home health worker uses virtual visits to bring specialists directly to the patient's bedside.
+Home health worker uses virtual visits to engage specialists.
+Home health worker provides hands-on exam for remote specialist.
On Demand Healthcare
Certintell focuses on providing a quality virtual visit solution for community health centers and safety net hospitals
Improve Access To Care For Patients
DECREASE % OF MISSED APPOINTMENTS
HOW IT WORKS
Virtual Visits has transformed the way we provide healthcare at Finger Lakes. Reduced travel time for patients and staff in outlying areas, “face-time” with specialists, dentists, and other off-site providers, access to specialty care from world-class hospitals and academic centers as well as the ability to see patients earlier and faster to improve outcomes.
The California Primary Care Association has partnered with Certintell to provide Virtual Visits for our CP3 (alternative payment methodology) program. Virtual visits allow health centers in California provide alternative touches which helps with coordination of care and improves access for patients to providers when they are not within the four walls of their respective community health center. With the move to value based care, virtual visits will be a key tool in helping to improve care for patients with chronic conditions and helping to keep patients out of the emergency department.
The National Center for Farmworker Health is excited to partner with Certintell to be able to improve access to care for farmworkers across the country and help to meet the goals of the AG Worker Access 2020 campaign. Virtual visits will be an important piece of the puzzle as we work collectively to develop more effective strategies to increase access to care for migrant and seasonal agricultural workers and their families over the next five years. Ag Worker Access 2020 calls on every migrant health center grantee to increase by 15% each year over the next five years the number of agricultural workers served. I believe virtual visits will be vital in allowing the farmworker population additional touches with their primary care providers, health coaches and other care team members to enable health centers to meet the goal of Ag Worker Access 2020.