Across all specialties
If a patient has a chronic condition and needs daily, ongoing care, doctors can closely monitor the patient by subscribing to and receiving notifications for specific changes in patient health data.
Doctors can use a robust, medical grade voice recognition tool that enables dictating messages to patients and converting them to text, instead of typing.
Orthopedists and imaging diagnostics specialists can ask patients to upload via Healee large medical images (MRI, X-ray, etc.) and then view the images via a dedicated image viewer.
Endocrinologists can request that patients add and share their lab results via Healee, by scanning a lab results document using your phone's camera, that turns the image into digital data.
Dermatologists have the option to request and review high quality images of the problem area of the patient’s skin.
Pediatricians can answer questions about newborn behavior or childhood development, do follow-ups on children with asthma or other chronic conditions, or send mass message campaigns to parents for upcoming flu shots.
Primary care specialists
GPs can deliver care to chronically ill patients, manage medications, give online consultations on colds, fevers, coughs, and engage in preventive healthcare by providing advice on healthy living and wellbeing.
Neurological patients often suffer from movement disorders. With Healee, neurologists can closely monitor patients for whom travelling is not always an option, view and discuss lab and imaging results, and provide counseling, in order to increase treatment adherence and slow disease progression.
Obstetricians-gynecologists can stay on top of complicated pregnancies by continuously monitoring women with gestational conditions like pregnancy-induced hypertension, and gestational diabetes. Healee also enables Ob-gyn specialists to provide better post-delivery care and handle cases of postnatal depression.
Using Healee’s live video capabilities, psychiatrists can provide remote psychiatric evaluations, individual or group therapy sessions, patient education and medication management. Telepsychiatry is not only convenient and affordable access to mental health services, it also helps reduce the stigma experienced by people with mental health disorders.
According to a 2018 policy update of the American Psychiatric Association, the use of live video sessions is a validated and effective approach, and a legitimate component of delivering mental health services.
Via telehealth, aestheticians usually offer postoperative care or consultative services to patients by viewing and addressing patients healing incisions, lacerations, bruisings after a facelift, or red spots.
Allergists use telehealth to provide medication intake guidelines, sessions on long-term asthma care and care for symptoms like itchy eyes and skin, sneezing, nasal congestion, rash, etc.
With telehealth, cardiologists provide on-demand access to patients who need immediate or routine follow-ups, or patients who need medication management. Cardiologists use telehealth for monitoring ischemic heart disease and heart failure treatment, for giving second-opinion consultations, providing comfort and support to patients and their families.
Patients can use telehealth for issues including hearing loss, dizziness, mouth and nose problems, voice and throat issues.Tele-ENT is useful for screening, pre-operative assessments, post-operative follow-up.
Infectious disease specialists
Telehealth is ideal for management of both acute and chronic infectious diseases, such as hepatitis, HIV, and tuberculosis. Telehealth also improves the way specialists prescribe medications to patients at risk of contracting infectious diseases and help patients manage their medications.
Neonatologists use telemedicine to offer families support and provide effective remote-guided care. Telehealth improves a parent's experience by connecting specialists with worried fathers or family members who are away from the NICU and ask about mother’s and baby’s condition.
Nephrologists use telehealth to help patients on dialysis at home by reducing or eliminating patient travel time and costs, and by increasing patient engagement in self-care. Via telehealth, nephrologists can give dietary advice, check lab results and monitor relapse of diseases by checking patient health data.
Via telehealth, oncologists provide remote chemotherapy supervision and discuss side effects and complications and overall satisfaction with a patient’s treatment (radiation therapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, hormone therapy, etc).
Physiotherapists can provide fast access to all their rehabilitation treatments online for back, joint and muscle pain, sports injuries and certain heart and lung conditions, through Healee’s HD video.
With telehealth, pulmonologists can address and monitor treatment of pulmonary diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, pulmonary hypertension, emphysema, and provide emotional support and to patients with lung cancer and give medical advice their families.
Tele-rheumatology is used for routine care, correction in therapeutic regimens and follow-up of chronic patients who are stable on their therapies for inflammatory arthritis, systemic conditions like lupus, polymyalgia rheumatica, giant cell arteritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, etc.
Surgeons use telehealth for post-op follow-ups and care, including wound management, skin lesions, preoperative or postoperative counselling. Surgeons can use telehealth to teach patients what they need to do pre- and post surgery, what diet and exercise to follow, or to address any concerns regarding surgical procedures.