How Does Telehealth Work?
Now that the Covid-19 pandemic has created many changes to our daily lives, many healthcare services have switched to a telehealth platform. If you have never heard of telehealth, or you are curious to learn more about what it entails, continue reading.
What is Telehealth?
Telehealth is the service used to connect a healthcare provider with a patient. Whether this occurs through streaming services, the internet, video conferencing, or other supporting applications, telehealth has the ability to connect a patient that is physically distant from their healthcare provider. This is a phenomenal service to provide healthcare to those who cannot attend an in-person appointment, and also allows for more patients to be seen by a provider each day.
How Unitas Implements Telehealth
At Unitas Healthcare Systems, we offer Psychopharmacology, Couples, Family, Group & Individual Psychotherapy, Second Opinion Evaluations, Advocacy and Report Writing. Through these services, we provide additional areas of expertise, such as anxiety, bipolar, depression, and more. Regardless of the type of service you require, telehealth is there to help us work alongside you to resolve any issues. We are proudly serving all of New Hampshire and Massachusetts with telehealth, which allows us to reach many patients that may have not been possible before.
If you are in need of assistance with any healthcare service listed, or not, please contact us at Unitas Healthcare Systems today. We will be happy to work alongside you in finding the right time to connect with telehealth. To reach us, please call us at (617) 401-7441 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.