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Telehealth has become an important tool
in caring for your patients while keeping
yourself and your staff safe as the COVID-19
pandemic quickly evolves. It offers convenient
and easier access to health care, allowing
patients to schedule appointments from the
comfort of their home.
Why HIPAA Video for your Telehealth needs?
HIPAA Video makes private online sessions between providers and patients safe,
secure and easier to use without ever having to download or install software.
It’s completely web-based!
Visit our website to
- REQUEST A DEMO -
• FHD Audio/Video
• Unlimited Sessions
• Custom Patient Lobby
• Online Calendar
• In-Session Notes
• Secure File Sharing
• Real-Time Recording
• Application/Desktop Sharing
• Dedicated Support Team
• Smart Devices
Visit www.hipaavideo.net • 1 (800) 671-1894 • email@example.com
My mom is being discharged,
we need help!
Routinely families call when an immediate need for
care is imminent. Under these circumstances, stress
builds with thoughts of:
• How am I going to care for my mom, kids, and
• How are we going to afford care?
• Will Medicare cover all of our care needs?
Being informed and educated about your choices
will help to reduce stress, and keep you focused on
your loved one's comfort and care.
Discharge from the hospital involves the case
management team to arrange for the continuum of
care. Oftentimes rehabilitation is necessary.
Medicare will usually cover short-term care;
however, it is important to check your plan to be
certain. If discharge plans are steering your loved
one directly home, Medicare can cover the cost of a
certified aide (up to 20 hours per week), if a skilled
service in the home (physical and/or occupational
therapy, wound care, etc.,) is authorized. If more
aide assistance is required, arrangements can be
made beyond the Medicare-approved hours where
payment would be the responsibility of the patient,
either through a long-term care policy or
Get ahead of the curve to learn about how to plan
for care under any circumstance. Start the
conversation… call 516-318-6746; email questions
to firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by.