Health Technology, Digital Healthcare

TytoCare and Baptist Health Collaborate for Virtual Medical Care

TytoCare and Baptist

Contents

1. Virtual Medical Service Providers
2. Need For Virtual Care
3. Collaborating For A Better Future

Taking medical care to the next level, two prominent U.S. companies recently collaborated to provide virtual care to current and prospective patients worldwide. Baptist Health System, based in Louisville, will reportedly use TytoCare's Home Smart Clinic solution to give its patients a virtual in-depth exam. 

 

1. Virtual Medical Service Providers

TytoCare, known for its primary virtual care services, works with prominent healthcare providers to give the best care possible. Dedi Gilad and Ofer Tzadik started TytoCare in 2012. It has been approved by both the FDA and the C.E. This New York-based company works with more than 180 primary health systems, health plans, and strategic partners in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Israel.

Baptist Health, on the other hand, is a full-service healthcare system that works to improve the health of the communities it serves. It is the first health system in the U.S. to have all its hospitals recognized by American Nursing Credentialing Center with either a Magnet® or Pathway to Excellence® designation for nursing excellence. 

 

2. Need for Virtual Care

The recent phase of the pandemic and the years of lockdown that followed it led to more remote services in all fields, including healthcare. What can be more wonderful than patients getting world-class treatment in any part of the globe with in-depth analysis from the comfort of their homes?! Primary care, emergency care, consultations, and regular check-ups could be provided.

TytoCare's Home Smart Clinic solution goes beyond traditional audio and video telehealth services to offer a wider range of options, such as primary, urgent, preventive, chronic, and holistic care. It also provides user engagement services along with AI-powered diagnostic support. As a result, the company resolves almost 90% of visits without an in-person appointment!

 

3. Collaborating for a Better Future!

Coming back to the collaboration part, Baptist Health would be incorporating two effective solutions of TytoCare, namely, TytoHome and TytoClinic. In the former service, patients would need to buy a monitoring device from Baptist Health, enabling a direct source of revenue. With the help of this device, the healthcare providers of Baptist Health would monitor and assist patients with chronic medical conditions. Also, TytoClinic would be an extension of Baptist Health, offering services in workplaces, schools, local clinics, etc. 

Nevertheless, TytoCare's Home Smart Clinic uses an FDA-approved handheld kit to examine the body's most essential organs. It also measures heart rate and body temperature, thus significantly treating many acute and chronic conditions. Besides, it allows healthcare clinicians to access vital clinical data to monitor, diagnose, and remotely treat patients.  
 

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