Telehealth Solutions for
Click. Click. Connect.
Why One Touch Telehealth?
2-Click Simplicity | White Labeled Patient Experience 100% Browser Based | Beyond 1:1 Video Calls
- Top Clinician Experience + 97%+ Patient Satisfaction Rate
- True virtual care workflow platform to reduce operational efficiencies and replicate in-person business processes.
- User interface designed for quick training of clinicians and to eliminate patient connection troubleshooting
- Feature-rich platform with instant insights and analytics across the organization
Beyond Virtual Care
To have the best patient and physician experience, video conferencing doesn’t work. We allow providers to practice medicine vs. being technical support. We’ve made our video telehealth SaaS platform affordable for even small medical practices. Most healthcare organizations see a positive ROI in only two telehealth patient encounters per clinician per month. Whether you are looking to provide your patients’ convenience, more proactive care, or better outcomes, our telehealth solution has you covered for all scenarios.
Streamlining Telehealth Workflows
Beyond 1:1 Video Calls
Check-in, see a provider, & check-out, in a single video consult.
One Touch Text Link
Send a text to patients or providers to instantly connect.
Brand Colors & Messaging
Customized telehealth platform for a white-labeled patient experience.
Message in real-time, send links to docs or content during visits.
Patient Routing System
Assign your clinicians based on skill for telehealth visits.
Virtual Telehealth is NOT Video Conferencing
“Telehealth is NOT video conferencing. Historically, telemedicine was facility to facility. The future of virtual care “true telehealth platforms” is to be able to provide simple connectivity to patients, anywhere!”
CEO & CO-Founder
One Touch Telehealth
Top Connected Health Solution of 2020
Designed to enable digital transformation in healthcare, One Touch Telehealth was awarded the “Top Connected Health Solution of 2020”. As COVID has forced the rise of telehealth, One Touch Telehealth answered the call. With over 100,000+ video telehealth visits in 2020.
WHITE PAPER: Best Practices
of Telehealth Implementation Guide
With today’s consumer (patient or caregiver), every second does count so you need to make the most of it with mobile health. We cover “Best Practices in Telehealth Implementation and Workflows” in our recent white paper. If your patient is videoing in for a specialty care appointment, they shouldn’t have to download third-party apps or desktop plugins. Don’t put your clinicians in a situation where they spend more time helping a patient connect than practicing medicine. Learn more here.
Our Telehealth Markets
Beyond Virtual Care
We have the only 100% browser-based platform that goes on the healthcare organization’s website in less than 3 minutes. No long sales cycles or implementations. Let’s discuss you becoming a partner today.
Our telehealth solution empowers healthcare organizations and healthcare systems their own branded telehealth solution directly on your own website. We allow you to have simple proactive patient interactions while creating a better clinician experience.
Our telehealth solution is 100% browser-based ensuring that both your patients and providers don’t have to download any third-party apps. Our virtual care solution was designed for 2-click simplicity both for patients and clinicians to connect. We figured out all the hard work, so you can practice medicine and not be technical support to your patients.
Selecting the proper telehealth solution that allows for virtual care anywhere is critical in scaling adoption. As the demand for telehealth continues at hockey stick growth, reimbursement has aligned.
You must ask yourself, why am I not providing virtual care to my patient population? It provides better patient outcomes, convenience and access to care.
Healthcare organizations have found that using video conferencing or medical cart telemedicine solutions limit their virtual care reach into today’s patient or caregiver lives. This makes it hard to scale both from a technical and cost-effective standpoint. Using video conferencing for one-off encounters for a solo provider might work, but isn’t effective or scalable for an organization with more than five provider.