|By Marketwired .||
|January 6, 2014 12:14 PM EST||
KIRKLAND, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/14 -- CoroWare, Inc. (OTCQB: COWID) (OTCQB: COWI) announced today that Forefront TeleCare has selected CoroCall HIPAA Compliant Videoconferencing® for delivering secure online video consultations and counseling services.
People in need of mental health care services who live in remote areas or who, due to illness or mobility problems, have difficulty using in-person counseling services. Moreover, mental health professionals using free, non-HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing services for delivering mental health counseling services have been warned against and in some cased placed on probation.
To meet the growing demand for online therapy services that are secure and HIPAA compliant, Forefront TeleCare selected CoroCall HIPAA Compliant Videoconferencing for delivering secure online video consultations and counseling services.
"We chose CoroCall because we were impressed with its audio and video quality, ease of use, customer support, and network reliability," said Phil Knudsen, President and COO of Forefront TeleCare. "Our partnership with CoroWare will help us ensure that Forefront TeleCare can continue to deliver the most affordable, high quality, and HIPAA compliant videoconferences to behavioral specialists and their patients."
Built upon a scalable video communications and collaboration platform from Vidyo, CoroCall is a high definition video conferencing cloud service that is available anytime and anywhere on tablet devices (iPad and Android), Smartphones (iPhone and Android), and desktop platforms (Windows, Macintosh, Linux).
"We are very pleased that Forefront TeleCare chose CoroCall to deliver their affordable and convenient online counseling program," said Lloyd Spencer, president and CEO of CoroWare. "Forefront TeleCare's client healthcare facilities and their patients as well as providers will all benefit from the experience and reliability of CoroCall's network and Forefront's best in class technical support services via its proprietary Telehealth solution."
CoroCall offers the most flexible pricing plans in the videoconferencing industry because CoroWare integrated its highly scalable and affordable cloud-based billing solution with Vidyo's award winning software based video communications and collaboration platform. In addition, CoroCall supports videoconference recording and webcasting so that Forefront can now offer its clients webcast healthcare facility staff behavioral health training sessions to help them better manage their patient care needs.
About Forefront TeleCare
Forefront TeleCare is a pioneer and national leader in telehealth, linking behavioral specialists to rural, under-served healthcare facilities coast-to-coast including skilled nursing facilities, rural health clinics and federally qualified health centers. Forefront offers behavioral health practitioners and facilities a comprehensive and fully supported telehealth system that includes web scheduling services and very high quality, secure, and worry-free audio/video connections between behavioral specialists and their patients.
Forefront offers a full service solution to telemedicine from equipment installation and technical support to scheduling and billing support to our clients. Forefront's proprietary system. Behavioral specialists connect remotely to the healthcare facility system from any secure Internet connection, with a configured computer and web camera, providing them flexibility to serve patients from virtually any location.
See http://www.forefronttelecare.com for more information, or contact Forefront TeleCare at (510) 201-0190.
Headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, CoroWare is a solutions integrator with expertise in HIPAA compliant HD video conferencing; affordable mobile robotics; and operational business intelligence.
CoroWare has been an Authorized Vidyo Reseller and Conference Service Provider since 2009, and has delivered HD videoconferencing solutions in North America and subscription services to customers worldwide.
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