m.Care Selected in Beckers Hospital Review – Top 260+ Telehealth Companies to Know 2020
Leawood, KS (July 1, 2020) – m.Care, the leading telehealth and remote patient engagement software platform, announced today its recognition in Becker’s Hospital Review, The Top 260+ Telehealth Companies to Know 2020.
“We were very pleased to be recognized as one of the leading telehealth companies in America. Our team has worked very hard creating a platform that skipped a generation in healthcare technology, and is now transforming healthcare,” said m.Care President Steve Hendrix.
Joining m.Care on the list were several strategic partners including Mercy Virtual and Trapollo. The m.Care platform powers the Mercy Virtual adult and kids virtual care programs, as the first virtual hospital in the world. Trapollo, a Cox Business Company, provides telehealth program design, logistics and support, and connected devices for its clients. m.Care and Trapollo work closely to provide integrated healthcare solutions.
“Healthcare is evolving daily. In the past six months alone, we have developed the COVID-19 response app for both patients and care staff, the Back to Work Mobile Solution, and implemented numerous GPS-related solutions for healthcare systems, multinational corporations, and government entities. It takes an experienced development and strategic team to create the healthcare solutions our society is demanding. We feel our teams are the best in the country,” Hendrix said.
“We believe, with the telehealth revelation accelerated by the coronavirus, that over 50% of the U.S. population will be receiving connected healthcare through their mobile device, tablet or home computer by 2023, and over 75% as early as 2025. The market is changing that quickly,” Hendrix continued.
m.Care recently launched its 60th applet for its platform. Applets provide the flexibility and versatility that differentiates the m.Care from other platforms.
“Our approach to telehealth is to create the exact solution that each organization needs to deliver its very best care. Forcing them to adapt to our interpretation of what they need has never made sense to us. We provide a framework that encourages custom configuration, so that clinicians and care teams can remotely monitor and treat their patients they way they want.”
“Whether it’s a hospital system, a behavioral health group, a corporation committed to employee wellness, or a payer who recognizes the benefits of proactive care, our platform works powerfully for each of them,” Hendrix continued.
m.Care is a wholly owned subsidiary of LifeScience Technologies, LLC, based in Leawood, Kansas.
To contact m.Care and discuss telehealth solutions for your organization, call 888.99m.Care (888.996.2273) or email steveh@m.Care.
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