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Progress in Pediatrics: mHealth and the Changing Face of Healthcare

CloudVisit Telemedicine Puts Pediatric Practices in the Homes of Each Patient Family With Private Label Bluetooth Health Devices, Mobile Apps, and Online Video Appointments

COLD SPRING, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/16/14 -- Imagine pediatric check-ups from your kitchen. Imagine a 10pm at-home sick visit with your pediatrician. Imagine newborn height and weight measurements sent from your child's bedroom directly to your doctor. With easy, affordable, and HIPAA-compliant telehealth, CloudVisit Telemedicine is paving the way for pediatric practices to put themselves in the hands and living rooms of families nationwide.

Private label telehealth solutions from CloudVisit Telemedicine are revolutionizing pediatric healthcare for doctors and families. Their easy-to-use home health devices, mobile apps, and online video appointments help pediatric practices launch their own, custom-branded mHealth patient programs. With CloudVisit, pediatric telemedicine comes alive from the comfort of home, each appointment fortified by real-time data from in-home Bluetooth health monitoring devices.

The concept of pediatric teleheath is simple but until CloudVisit, execution was not.
Here's how it works:

CloudVisit Pediatric Telemedicine Model

A pediatrician offers parents affordable home devices such as a pediatric scale, height tracker, and pediatric thermometer. Custom-branded to the practice, these devices allow for easy monitoring of a child's development and wellness. Families download the practice's mobile app to their smart phone or tablet and, from there, send valuable health metrics directly to their pediatrician. Then, when the need arises, secure video appointments connect the pediatrician with the child and family from home.

"The benefits of pediatric telehealth are endless," said Daniel Gilbert, president and CEO of CloudVisit Telemedicine. "We're mainstreaming telemedicine in a way that's never been done before. In doing so, we're strengthening and extending the provider-patient relationship that's so important in pediatrics."

The win-win of pediatric telemedicine

For a pediatric practice, private label telehealth programs become the glue in a field where relationships mean everything. Parents remain dedicated to the provider that shows their child -- and them -- the utmost attention and care. CloudVisit fills the gap between in-office appointments in a way that is meaningful to parents and profitable for practices.

Whether for late-night, pressing issues or easy answers to "is this normal" questions from parents, CloudVisit devices and video appointments can be used in:

  • Symptoms Q&A and non-urgent sick child diagnosis
  • Early assessment pediatric urgent care
  • Newborn guidance and breastfeeding support
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Away-from-home vacation issues
  • Pediatric membership plans and concierge programs

"We put practices in the homes of each patient family," said Gilbert. "Over the 18-year pediatric relationship, healthcare issues change, but the need for timely and focused medical attention does not. Doctors, parents, and even children, become more engaged in long-term wellness through our tools."

What's truly revolutionary about CloudVisit is the affordability and scalability. Pediatric practices can launch their own safe and profitable telemedicine programs to differentiate from the competition, extend their role in patients' lives, and ultimately, improve patient care.

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