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ArexCloud has completed a 3rd party audit through one of the most recognized and rigorous HIPAA auditing programs. This audit verifies that ArexCloud is compliant in HIPAA, HITECH, and OMNIBUS rules. Being HITECH and HIPAA Compliant requires continuous updates to policies and procedures and is an ongoing process. By ensuring that ArexCloud is HIPAA Compliant, our customers can be assured that all of the solutions we provide follow these same strenuous guidelines. For more information on our audit, feel free to verify our current status.
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Telehealth is the use of communications technologies to provide health care from a distance. These technologies may include computers, cameras, videoconferencing, the Internet, and satellite and wireless communications. Some examples of telehealth include
Benefits and Potential Uses of Telehealth
Telehealth services can facilitate public health mitigation strategies during this pandemic by increasing social distancing. These services can be a safer option for HCP and patients by reducing potential infectious exposures. They can reduce the strain on healthcare systems by minimizing the surge of patient demand on facilities and reduce the use of PPE by healthcare providers.
Maintaining continuity of care to the extent possible can avoid additional negative consequences from delayed preventive, chronic, or routine care. Remote access to healthcare services may increase participation for those who are medically or socially vulnerable or who do not have ready access to providers. Remote access can also help preserve the patient-provider relationship at times when an in-person visit is not practical or feasible.
Getting care at home, especially for people who can't easily get to their providers' offices
Getting care from a specialist who is not close by
Getting care after office hours
More communication with your providers
Better communication and coordination between health care providers
More support for people who are managing their health conditions, especially chronic conditions such as diabetes
Lower cost, since virtual visits may be cheaper than in-person visits