Remote consultation provides practices and patients with the flexibility to have a consultation without the need to travel to the surgery. Consultations are facilitated via the Remote Consultation floating toolbar within the practice’s clinical system. This toolbar lets clinicians easily send template or bespoke messages and invitations to video consultations in seconds.
About our Remote Consultation service
Where appropriate an alternate appointment such as a nurse, telephone or video consultation can be offered to the patient by sending a message. This is received via myGP app, or via SMS — reducing the number of unnecessary appointments in primary care.
Alternatively, direct patient messaging with the option of adding file attachments, on both practice and patient ends, is available as an additional communication method that can help reduce administration task and follow-up interactions.
Our service complements the Intelligent Care Navigation module preGP which has proven to reduce unnecessary appointments by 26% and free up GP time.
Direct patient messaging
Automated clinical coding
Ability to send files/attachments by both practice and patient
Transforms the patient experience by improving access
Gives autonomy to the healthcare professional, transforming the way they manage their patients
Improves health outcomes
Reduces NHS costs and costs to commissioners
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