m.Care Launches YouTube Channel

Informational videos and client testimonials highlight the channel

m.Care’s YouTube Channel is committed to providing informational and educational content for its subscribers. Video content will include latest information on the telemedicine and virtual care space, as well as educational videos from some of m.Care’s clients.

Recent videos include short segments from Mercy Virtual’s Vice President of Clinical Operations, Mark Saxon, and Medically Home’s COO Rami Karjian.

“The m.Care platform gives us the flexibility to cover any population, anytime. And all of the data collected is ours. m.Care is very patient focused, and that matches what Mercy wants to do,” Mr. Saxon said in a recent interview. “m.Care’s platform is above other platforms in terms of being able to use it for physicians, practitioners, nurses, and navigators. It allows the flexibility for growth, which is important to us.”

During a recent filming session with m.Care, Mr. Karjian notes, “Medically Home evaluated a number of different platforms. The reason we chose m.Care is because they deeply understand the blending of the humanist care, with the technology as an enabler. That was an important distinction for us and a main reason we chose m.Care as our platform for the future.”

Upcoming videos with LifeScience Technologies CEO Tom McCarthy, and President Steve Hendrix. LifeScience Technologies is the parent company of m.Care.

In addition to the m.Care YouTube Channel, additional social communities include:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mCareVirtual/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mCareVirtual

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/25041630/

Manager and clinician confer with a client via m.Care video chat
Mngt and clicnical team member in front of m.Mare powered displays