MediOrbis, a multi-specialty telemedicine and telehealth company with a first-of-its-kind chronic disease management (CDM) program, introduces expanded capabilities to improve cost effective access to high quality primary and subspecialty clinical care. At HLTH, Oct. 27-30, 2019, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Booth #94, MediOrbis will showcase an extensive scope of innovative clinical programs in conjunction with recent technology enhancements to its web and mobile apps.
“MediOrbis exemplifies what we refer to as ‘new medicine,’ by improving access to quality specialty care and providing first-to-market capabilities for managing chronic conditions, such as heart disease, chronic lung disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease,” says Dr. Jonathan Wiesen, M.D., founder and chief medical officer, MediOrbis, and pulmonary specialist with advanced training in critical care and medical ethics.
With five years of outstanding worldwide telemedicine service, serving patients worldwide and conducting thousands of telemedicine consultations per month, the MediOrbis team has completed development of the CDM programs to answer the most glaring market need in telemedicine: leveraging virtual care to address and manage chronic illnesses – the most prevalent and resource-consumptive health conditions.
“While most services provide either tele- or digital-health products, or stand-alone telemedicine, ours uniquely utilizes sophisticated AI-powered software with clinical and telemedicine input to improve outcomes and lower costs for these chronically ill patients,” continues Wiesen.
MediOrbis physicians are U.S. trained and board certified, licensed and credentialed in the region where they practice. Self-insured employers, brokers and their intermediaries are adopting MediOrbis solutions both for routine medical issues, and also to address their specialty physician needs. With the introduction of a specialty CDM program, MediOrbis expects that the payer community will take advantage of this opportunity to address complex diseases and conditions, achieve better patient outcomes, reduce hospital admissions and lower costs. Additionally, hospitals and healthcare systems, particularly those located in rural areas who face difficulty recruiting physicians, are turning to MediOrbis as a staffing solution.
“We are focused on improving patient engagement and enhancing the patient experience with telehealth services that answer market demand for more accessible, affordable specialty care,” says Wiesen. “We continually seek to innovate and develop meaningful programs that impact the health and well-being of individuals throughout the world while serving the fiduciary and financial concerns of our growing customer base.”
MediOrbis is a multi-specialty telemedicine practice and telehealth company that is transforming the way healthcare is provided worldwide. MediOrbis delivers expert services in virtually any field of medicine, clinical care or diagnostics. Recognized for efficiency and cost-effectiveness, MediOrbis is shattering the barriers of traditional medicine and extending the reach of clinical care and chronic care management to its global customer base.