Case Study: First Nations Health Authority Telehealth Expansion Project

The First Nations Telehealth Expansion Project has broken through a mountain of Health Care System inertia in British Columbia to push the needle of transformation and innovation in Primary Care. Background The First Nations Telehealth Expansion Project (FNTEP) was initiated in 2013 with $4.5 million in funding from Canada Health Infoway. The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is the first province-wide health authority of its kind in […]

Case Study: Global Partnership for Telehealth – Small & Mid-Sized Hospitals

Telemedicine is transforming the landscape for small and mid-sized hospitals that can now offer multiple specialty care service lines making comprehensive local healthcare a reality for rural communities. Background The Global Partnership for Telehealth’s (GPT) mission is to deliver worldwide access to healthcare as the umbrella organization that embodies Alabama, Florida and Georgia Partnerships for Telehealth, the Southeast Telehealth Resource Center, and GPT […]

Case Study: Global Partnership for Telehealth – School Based Telehealth

One of the key benefits in establishing school based telehealth centers is linking primary care with schools to create a hub, which then connects schools to parents and other community based organizations. Background The Global Partnership for Telehealth’s (GPT) mission is to deliver worldwide access to healthcare as the umbrella organization that embodies Alabama, Florida and Georgia Partnerships for Telehealth, the Southeast […]

Case Study: How Southern Illinois Healthcare uses telehealth

Through the use of telemedicine, Southern Illinois Healthcare hospitals and clinics are collaborating with specialists and community organizations to improve access to quality care. Background Southern Illinois Healthcare (SIH) is a not-for-profit system with over 3,000 employees serving 16 counties. Its flagship hospital, Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, offers nearly 40 specialty services. The SIH telehealth mission is to improve the […]

Case Study: How Valley Health uses telehealth to connect patients

Valley Health has implemented a multidisciplinary telehealth program across service lines leveraging Avizia’s telemedicine carts and peripherals to connect patients with remote providers. Background Valley Health is a nonprofit organization serving the healthcare needs of people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland. Headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, Valley Health operates […]

Case Study: Discover how telemedicine changes Behavioral Health

Behavioral Healthcare Providers leverages Avizia’s e-visit software and secure messaging app to increase access and collaboration across a network of more than 5,000 specialists, programs, and hospitals. Background Founded in 1995, Behavioral Healthcare Providers is a non-profit subsidiary of Minnesota’s Fairview Health Services. BHP has established a network of more than 5,000 behavioral providers, programs and hospitals […]

Case Study: How Arizona Palliative Home Care uses telehealth

Arizona Palliative Home Care’s use of the Avizia telehealth software platform has led to a 52% decrease in hospital re-admissions and a positive patient response to receiving virtual care. Background Arizona Palliative Home Care, a service of Hospice of the Valley, offers people with late-stage chronic illness a way to remain at home with the support of […]

University of Virginia rapidly expands telehealth program

The UVA Health System leverages a fleet of Avizia’s telemedicine carts and peripheral devices to rapidly expand its telemedicine program and keep pace with the growing demand. Background Since 1994, the University of Virginia Health System’s Office of Telemedicine has grown to become an international leader in telemedicine. UVA’s telehealth service lines range from clinical consultations to medical […]