SAN FRANCISCO, April 01, 2020 — One Medical (Nasdaq: ONEM) announced today the expansion of its virtual care offerings with Remote Visits, scheduled video appointments with a primary care provider, and Mindset by One Medical, a virtual therapy and coaching program to support behavioral health. As the need for access to digital health along with in-person testing grows in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, One Medical’s modernized, membership-based primary care platform, which combines 24/7 seamless digital health and inviting in-office care, is demonstrating high impact and scalability. One Medical’s model allows the company to triage patients remotely, test for COVID-19 physically, and follow-up on care plans and test results digitally.
Nearly a quarter of a million members sought care digitally in the weeks that followed initial community spread cases of the virus in the United States. With the rise of COVID-19, One Medical quickly mobilized to support member access to digital COVID-19 screening and virtual video chats, develop algorithmically-driven provider follow-up, and begin COVID-19 specimen collection at specified One Medical offices and outdoor locations in cities across the nation.
As public officials promote social distancing and sheltering-in-place practices to slow the spread of COVID-19, One Medical’s new services further extend the value One Medical can deliver to its members and employer clients. New services include:
“During these extraordinary times, our extraordinary people and model are delivering for our members and employer clients premier digital screening and virtual health solutions, as well as compassionate in-person testing and care services,” said One Medical Chair & CEO, Amir Dan Rubin. “We believe One Medical’s combination of seamless digital health along with in-office care and testing services will play an important role in helping employers and teams get back to work,” noted Rubin.
One Medical is also offering essential workers complimentary access to its platform for COVID-19 screening and testing services, when clinically appropriate. One Medical has conducted specimen collection in all of its current physical markets and plans to expand testing services to its newest market, Portland, Oregon, which opened last week.
In an effort to support broader public health initiatives, One Medical reports all COVID-19 positive test results to local departments of public health. In March, One Medical’s positive test results average 14% nationally, with the following percentages by region:
“All of us at One Medical feel especially honored to be serving hundreds of thousands of people in this challenging time,” said Chief Medical Officer, Andrew Diamond. “We’re actively evaluating even more ways to deliver care, both virtually and in-person, through new testing and treatment modalities in accordance with the latest clinical evidence and regulatory approvals. With the advent of rapid COVID-19 viral detection, antibody testing, and eventually new pharmacotherapies and vaccines, One Medical is well-positioned to help us all get back to work, back to normalcy, and most importantly, back to our collective health and wellbeing as a nation.”
As the COVID-19 outbroke across the world, the need for digital health along with in-person testing grew. Therefore, companies, like One Medical have announced to launch virtual care offerings with Remote Visits. On similar grounds, Panacea Infotech is providing on-demand solutions that will help people to access the services online using on-demand apps. Collaborate with us to develop an on-demand solutions in these critical times.
Source- Globe Newswire