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eLuma Announces All-Inclusive Telehealth Curriculum Platform

eLuma has released what it calls the industry’s first ever telehealth curriculum platform designed specifically for online speech therapy, online occupational therapy, online counseling, and other related telehealth services.

“Successful and sustainable teletherapy solutions are blended, and eLuma creates the tools to enable a school’s onsite and eLuma’s online staff collaborate more effectively,” the company says.

The Virtual Backpack is the first of it’s kind and bridges the gap between onsite staff, online therapy staff, parents and students. Every program that implements online therapy needs to consider how to blend onsite and online therapies effectively, and there’s no better way to do it than with a company who specializes in developing the technologies and providing the teletherapists that make that happen.

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Telehealth Virtual Visits Market in the U.S. Set for Big Gains

MHW can now confirm that the “Telehealth Virtual Visits Market in US – Strategic Assessment and Forecast Till 2021” report has been added to Research and Markets’ offering.

According to the announced report summary, the telehealth virtual visits market in the US is expected to reach approx. $813.29M in 2021 growing at a CAGR of 17.9%.

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the telehealth virtual visits market in US. The market research report considers the present scenario and the growth aspect of the telehealth virtual visits market in US for the period of 2016- 2021. The report includes the market growth drivers, trends, and restraints. The report gives a market segmentation

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Indica MD Brings a Medical Marijuana Telehealth Platform to California, New York

MHW can now confirm that has officially launched to provide patients in California and New York a new source for medical marijuana.

If you’re not familiar, the company is an online medical marijuana doctor service that provides patient evaluation for the safe, complementary and alternative use of cannabis.

Physicians are licensed in California and New York and can approve patients for their medical marijuana card so they are able to gain access to all medical cannabis dispensaries in their state.

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Akos, Castle International Announce Strategic Telehealth Partnership

Akos, a leading telemedicine provider, and Castle International, an innovator in healthcare that specializes in unique medical services and cost containment solutions, confirmed to MHW today a new strategic partnership to help deliver a “seamless and more affordable healthcare experience throughout their global network with the launch of CONNECT powered by Akos.”

CONNECT members are now capable of taking advantage of the integration between the two businesses. This one-of-a kind partnership allows for the highest level of telehealth solutions and technology anywhere across the globe.

The product integration is an extension of Castle International’s CONNECT Network, which offers business and organization members unparalleled access to specialized medical services, including clinical logistics, staffing, aeromedical support through Castle MedFlight, telemedicine, aviation charter and cost containment solutions.

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Pediatric Hospital Selects Fruit Street Telehealth Software for New Program

We’re told that Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital has selected and purchased Fruit Street telehealth software for their Weigh Smart program in which registered dietitians and psychologists will be conducting HIPAA compliant video telehealth sessions with patients and monitoring their health, diet, and lifestyle using wearable devices such as Fitbit and the Fitbit wireless scale that integrate with Fruit Street.

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital (MWPH) is a non-profit children’s hospital set in the neighborhood of Mt. Washington in Baltimore.

According to the official word, patients will also be using the Fruit Street mobile application which allows them to take pictures of their food and receive feedback, conduct HIPAA compliant video calls, view their wearable device data, view goals from their dietitian, and send HIPAA compliant text messages to their dietitian and/or psychologist.

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Dictum Health Makes Headway in Remote Patient Monitoring

Dictum Health, Inc., a top innovator in telehealth solutions for acute, post-acute, and remote patient monitoring, announced Wednesday that the company received FDA 510k clearance for spirometry, completing the cardiopulmonary capability of the IDM100 Medical Tablet.

“The system provides the most medically comprehensive telehealth solution in the market for clinical care anytime, anywhere,” a provided media release explains.

Intended for use with pediatrics and adults under supervision of a healthcare professional, the fully integrated diagnostic spirometer provides interpretation for immediate diagnostic assessment. The IDM100 Medical Tablet delivers the same clinical accuracy as an in-hospital exam, improving patient outcomes and reducing the risk of readmissions.

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Salus Telehealth, MedImpact to Offer New Savings to VideoMedicine Patients

Salus Telehealth, Inc., an advisor within the telehealth industry, announced this week a new partnership that provides VideoMedicine patients with a free prescription savings card that offers discounts of up to 80 percent off brand-name and generic prescription medications.

“Utilizing MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc.’s network of pharmacies, the savings card helps close the gap in prescription coverage for the insured, uninsured and underinsured and their families,” a provided statement reads.

Everyone is eligible for the prescription savings card, which is honored at 62,000 pharmacies nationwide, including all major chains and independent neighborhood drug stores. The savings card never expires, and allows patients to save at the register with no limits on how often it can be used and no forms to fill out. It is ideal for patients who do not have insurance, those whose medication is not covered or limited by their current plan and those who have reached the maximum of their current plan.

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