Cross-platform bring-your-own-device (BYOD) solution: can be deployed on compatible smartphone or tablet devices (iOS and Android) owned by a provider or as a bring your own device (BYOD) mobile application
Unmetered data on Telstra mobile network: every time a patient accesses the Virtual Health Monitoring App through a device linked to a Telstra account/SIM, the data is unmetered and they will not incur data charges - even during videoconferencing.
Robust data security: Virtual Health Monitoring has received Cyber Security clearances in a number of health jurisdictions. All data is hosted within the Telstra-owned data centre in Clayton, Victoria and the Telstra Cloud environment is ISO 27001 compliant.
Simple integration with jurisdictional telehealth networks and/or standards-based videoconferencing systems: Virtual Health Monitoring video conferencing can be used as a standalone platform or can be rapidly integrated with your own telehealth network (by Telstra Health video engineers). The video platform can also be launched from existing standards-based videoconferencing systems to allow a quick connection from any software video endpoint used by healthcare providers.
Simplified video call experience for patients and healthcare providers: we have improved the telehealth experience for both patients and providers; healthcare providers can simply ‘click to launch’ a secure video conference from a variety of screens within the Virtual Health Monitoring portal. All patients have to do is simply ‘accept’ the call.
Variety of deployment models from provisioned health kits to using BYO devices of patients.
Simple, intuitive and customisable health assessment surveys.
Integration with TGA-approved bluetooth-enabled devices.
Medication management allowing for patients to self-acknowledge their compliance.
Accessible care plan for both patients and healthcare providers allowing for a multidisciplinary care team to support the patient.
Secure video conferencing between the patient and clinician.
Dashboards to manage a larger cohort of patients and use cases.