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How to Address Barriers to Scaling Virtual Care

The past few years have effectively demonstrated that telehealth and virtual care offer a unique way to bring quality care to patients while reducing the burden on both patients and providers. With over 85% of physicians using telehealth today, this burgeoning care method is here to stay. As the field and technology continue to evolve, however, the distinction between telehealth and virtual care is becoming clearer, along with the limitations of the former.

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How Hippo Virtual Care Can Save Time and Lives with Telestroke

Hippo’s Virtual Care™ platform fills the gap in current Telestroke technology. Our hands-free, voice-activated headsets deliver a “through the eyes of the clinician” viewpoint, allowing healthcare providers to communicate in real-time with remote colleagues for consultations with specialists. With our telestroke services, on-site caregivers and nurses can connect with a remote-based stroke care team, enabling faster triage, smarter clinical decision making, and reducing clinical errors through collaborative care.

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5 Ways Hippo Virtual Care is Transforming the Healthcare Experience

The Hippo Virtual Care platform makes it easier for providers to see more patients in the same amount of time while also expanding and upskilling the workforce by decreasing the cost of training. Hippo also helps unlock the full potential of specialists, the most expensive and scarce resource in healthcare. Here are five ways in which we are transforming the healthcare experience.

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Eye of Paramedic enables Dubai doctors to remotely see and treat patients in ambulances

‘Eye of Paramedic’ enables Dubai doctors to remotely ‘see and treat’ patients in ambulances Gulf News  |  Sajila Saseendran, Senior Reporter  |  March 02, 2022 Headset beams live data and visuals of patients onboard to doctors in emergency rooms Dubai: Dubai is deploying a high-tech gadget called the ‘Eye of Paramedic’ to enable doctors to […]

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