19Labs, the creator of GALE Telehealth 2.0 point of care solutions, today announced a new partnership to offer AmWell customers access to GALE Kiosks and Tablets solutions. Together, the companies will enable employers, schools and nursing facilities a full comprehensive remote examination and also the ability to create branded, customizable and affordable Telehealth 2.0 experience.
19Labs GALE, powered by AmWell, offers customers a friendly, inviting experience with full virtual visits securely leveraging the industry’s latest digital health diagnostic devices.
“This partnership furthers our efforts to make healthcare accessible,” said Ram Fish CEO of 19Labs. “It allows us to offer enhanced Telehealth 2.0 solutions: Attractive, ease to use and affordable point of care – that can be easily deployed, managed, branded and customized by each employer and healthcare provider through our GALE Deployment Services platform.”
19Labs GALE, powered by AmWell, offers customers a friendly, inviting experience with full virtual visits securely leveraging the industry’s latest digital health diagnostic devices of 3rd party providers. AmWell’s comprehensive platform integrates a range of healthcare services or wellness programs with the ability to connect to both remote telehealth clinicians as well as local onsite resources.
“We are bringing the mobile-industry approach to healthcare – ease of use, simplicity and ecosystem mindset. GALE does not require expensive onsite care professionals, significant capital investments or changes to existing workflows,” said Fish. “Healthcare is rapidly expanding beyond the hospital setting, into the workplace, nursing homes and schools, and we are seeing incredible acceleration in telehealth deployments in 2018,” said Roy Schoenberg, MD, MPH, CEO at AmWell. “Our SDK makes it possible for innovators like 19Labs to bring telehealth into point-of-care solutions that range from telehealth rooms to portable first-aid kits. This is a significant step forward towards a world where healthcare can be distributed digitally to wherever it is needed.”
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