This is not very convenient for those who are elderly, those with small children, or for people with a busy schedule.This was a common issue that Salt Lake City entrepreneur was looking to solve. The issue wasn’t just in Utah however or just in California but worldwide.
For many parents, it would be great to have their child diagnosed remotely as they are still recuperating in bed. Technology now makes this possible through a new form of healthcare commonly referred to as telemedicine. Using phones, cameras, and other devices, doctors can provide in-home care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
As an entrepreneur who has a keen eye for opportunities, Andrew McCubbins discovered this when his daughter fell ill. After doing a little bit of research he realized that three-quarters of all cases of emergency ER visits could be treated over the phone and the patient would not have to see the doctor in person.
After the doctor has talked to the patient over the phone he will write a prescription. The prescription can be accessed from a local pharmacy close to where the patient lives. This makes it convenient for those taking care of the elderly and children to get quality care from home.
Bronson Medical which is McCubbins latest venture has become popular with many patients. It has evolved to provide advanced services to patients across America. Bronson Medical telemedicine services include providing care for patients after surgery, help for patients with mobility issues, rehabilitation services amongst others.
Bronson program also includes classes and seminars. These classes are meant to help patients understand their health conditions and promote self-management.
Bronson’s holds classes for children’s healthcare, diabetes management, and chronic disease management. Preventive education is also part of the program and includes fall prevention and mother/baby wellness.
One of the greatest benefits of Bronson’s telemedicine program is its ability to provide quality and effective monitoring services for patients with critical conditions. It is important for people with conditions such as stroke or heart problems to be diagnosed just when the first symptoms are beginning to show.
Patients with serious conditions do not have to wait to see the doctor in person. This is also beneficial to those in remote or underserved locations. Using a combination of technology, patient education, and coordination lives can be saved even for patients who would otherwise have a hard time seeing a doctor.