InTouch announces end-to-end virtual care platform Solo

InTouch | April 10, 2019

The platform was designed to accommodate multiple settings including direct-to-consumer, direct-to-patient, provider-to-provider, clinics, worksites and emergency departments. This morning virtual care company InTouch announced a new telehealth product called Solo that is a fully integrated, end-to-end care platform. Solo is able to integrate scheduling, eligibility confirmation, e-prescriptions, patient surveys, payments and digital signatures. A number of major EHR platforms such as Epic, Allscripts and Cerner are able to integrate with the technology. The platform was designed to accommodate for multiple settings including direct-to-consumer, direct-to-patient, provider-to-provider, clinics, worksites and emergency departments. InTouch is pitching this as a tool, which has multiple packages and prices points, for practices of different sizes that can scale the services based on the practice’s needs.

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Software-defined storage replaces traditional, purpose-built storage. It can be managed as a single platform and automates delivery of services based on built-in intelligence and best practices. The preconfigured, standardized storage components that are typical of today’s software-defined storage solutions deliver many of the same task-specific capabilities as standalone systems. They just use a different approach to get there: a faster, easier, more cost-effective approach that relies on softwarebased specialization and automation to meet different requirements quickly and economically.

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Software-defined storage replaces traditional, purpose-built storage. It can be managed as a single platform and automates delivery of services based on built-in intelligence and best practices. The preconfigured, standardized storage components that are typical of today’s software-defined storage solutions deliver many of the same task-specific capabilities as standalone systems. They just use a different approach to get there: a faster, easier, more cost-effective approach that relies on softwarebased specialization and automation to meet different requirements quickly and economically.

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