FQHCs are struggling to care for an increasing number of underserved, disadvantaged, and at-risk populations. In most communities, especially in rural areas, sub-specialty care is not organized to promote prevention and early intervention, coordinate services, or monitor access to and quality of care. Moreover, public and private funding to subsidize care remains inadequate, despite growing community needs associated with increases in the uninsured and aging populations. Consequently, many people are left to seek care in emergency rooms, often as a last resort, in an unmanaged and episodic manner.
Telehealth365, Inc. has responded to these challenges by taking steps to design and implement new and innovative ways of providing care to serve these special populations. Medicaid and Medicare patient face the major barrier to adequate medical care continues to be the mal-distribution of medical specialists. Our current clinical partners continue to tell us that the availability of our OmniPresence Clinics coupled with our network of sub-specialists has made it possible for their communities to offer care to patients who would normally not have been able to receive any cardiology, endocrinology, dermatology or psychiatric care.
1. Patients get immediate access to sub-specialists
2. Provides an additional SIX to SEVEN figure income to the center
3. Increased patient engagement
4. Better Patient Outcomes