Salus Team Debuts Quick Care, Demos VideoMedicine at 2017 ATA Conference
The Salus Telehealth team had a great time at this year’s ATA 2017 International Conference & Tradeshow in Orlando. They connected with colleagues, offered live demonstrations of the newest features of their VideoMedicine mobile platform and had fascinating discussions about the state and direction of the industry. The world’s premiere telehealth innovation and networking event, ATA 2017 focused on how healthcare is transforming as technology expands, creating competitive advantages and substantial savings for those leveraging best practices.
During the conference, the Salus team had some exciting news to share, as they announced the debut of VideoMedicine’s Quick Care service. Available 24 hours a day, Quick Care provides patients with the option to request and begin a consultation with a U.S. board-certified primary care provider within a short 30-minute timeframe. The service was developed for VideoMedicine users who want immediate access to a healthcare provider for a minor illness or injury and serves as a quick, hassle-free alternative to an in-person visit to an urgent care facility.
Salus CEO Paula Guy was also part of the conference’s first-ever program featuring an all-female panel of telehealth executives. Entitled “Women in Telemedicine: Leading the Charge of Healthcare Innovation,” the session offered unique insights geared toward helping women gain valuable leadership strategies as they spearhead efforts to transform how healthcare is delivered. See MedCity News’ coverage of the panel here.
The Salus team would like to thank the ATA 2017 organizers for an amazing conference. Look for the Salus team next at the upcoming Wisconsin State Telecommunications Association’s 2017 Annual Convention, where Salus CEO Paula Guy will be joining the “Telemedicine: The Time is Now” panel on Thursday, May 25. Stay tuned for more event announcements on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook!