SnapMD’s Virtual Care Management Platform Expands with Spanish-Language Capabilities

SnapMD, a full-service telehealth technology innovator and solutions provider, has announced that its Virtual Care Management (VCM) telemedicine platform has expanded its language offerings to include support for Spanish-speaking patients.

As a telehealth enterprise-software leader, the new multi-language capabilities further “extend virtual care access for patients and enhances the care options that healthcare providers can offer to their patient populations.”

SnapMD’s VCM telemedicine platform is designed specifically for healthcare providers to easily integrate the technology into existing operating models.

“SnapMD built the VCM platform to deliver all the features and functions needed for a true point-of-care solution,” explained Dave Skibinski, president and CEO of SnapMD. “The development of Spanish-language capabilities allows us to further our mission to help providers deliver care virtually to conquer the last mile in healthcare.”

As an enterprise-software telemedicine platform that reaches across the care continuum, the company says that multi-language support is imperative for connecting patients to their providers.

For more information on SnapMD’s Virtual Care Management platform, click here.

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