Updox announces a partnership with Net Health, a provider of cloud-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) software for specialized care settings.

Net Health will integrate the Updox telehealth platform with its ReDoc software, Agility software, therapy solution used in skilled nursing facilities and home health therapy software to support clients in the delivery of telehealth, video chat, secure text and SMS text services to their patients, according to a news release.

“Telehealth gives our clients the flexibility to incorporate virtual visits into their engagement workflow to ensure that care continues during this pandemic,” says Net Health CEO Josh Pickus, in the release. “The Updox solution is HIPAA-compliant and exceptionally easy to use for both patients and providers—we’re confident we’re offering a solution that our clients can get up and running quickly.”

Updox supports safe, effective ongoing treatment and care, while reducing potential coronavirus exposure to protect both staff and patients. The Updox solution was created to be as easy as making a phone call, and requires no special equipment or apps to download, just internet access.

“We’re proud to partner with Net Health to ensure healthcare providers can safely and securely offer remote care for patients to minimize the spread of COVID-19,” says Michael Morgan, chief executive officer, Updox, in the release.

“During this time of crisis, quickly implementing comprehensive and secure telehealth services ensures that healthcare services continue in ways that are safe, secure and personal. Beyond the pandemic, we know healthcare will continue to see increased demand for virtual care, driven by patient preference for convenient, consistent and accessible connections with their providers of choice.”

[Source(s): Updox, PRWeb]