Virtual Clinics

Virtual clinics, using remote monitoring and telehealth options, offer clinicians and patients outpatient and follow-up appointments from the comfort of their own homes. Clinical need and patient choice can determine the preferred option. 
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Increasing Access

Virtual clinics, using remote monitoring and telehealth, offer outpatient and follow-up appointments from the comfort of their home. Initially driven by the pandemic and a need to limit face-to-face visits, the aims of these virtual clinics are twofold: to fast-track you to hospital if you need to be there, and to keep you out of hospital if you don’t. Virtual clinics are now used globally and ensure patients get rapid and convenient care.

Safer and More Convenient

In providing virtual clinics, both patients and professionals are better shielded from the risk of hospital infection, including COVID-19. In addition, clinicians can carry out asynchronous consultations for patients progressing as expected and take the immediate action appropriate for higher-priority patients.
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Efficient and Cost-Effective

When remote monitoring and virtual clinics combine with health dashboards, patients can be assessed more regularly.  Their consultation can be done in a clinically appropriate and convenient manner for both patient and clinician.  This results in increased flexibility, reduced DNAs and improved service experience as reported by both parties.
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