Employer Telehealth Telethink


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Employees unwilling to seek medical attention during the pandemic:


Concierge Medicine for the Masses

COVID As A Driver For Change 

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has seen increased telemedicine adoption rates in the U.S. and abroad as a means of effectively delivering and managing healthcare services.

To that point, a study this summer by NYU Lagone found that virtual visits jumped 4,345 percent for non-urgent care and 683 percent for urgent care between March 2 and April 14 this year.

Cost-Saving Is Promoting Adoption As Well 

Spiraling costs are also driving the digital-medicine space forward.

Of all of medicine’s systemic flaws that the pandemic has exposed, none are more apparent than the shortcomings of the current business model. It's obvious today’s system dominated by big providers, third-party payers and invisible blank-check-style pricing isn’t working.

If we want to drive positive things in terms of value and customer service and lower transaction costs, we're going to have to rethink how we finance healthcare, the cost of healthcare “ruinously expensive” and “totally unpredictable.”

One interesting side effect of the coronavirus era is how much attention people are suddenly paying to public-health measures, as well as, to questions of access and affordability.


No more, "No one is available to take your call, if this is an urgent matter dial 911 or go to the emergency room", messages. Telethink provides 24/7/365 concierge service for your employees avoiding unnecessary healthcare costs. 

All five benefits are included in our basic package. No co-pay, no consultation fee, family plan (up to 7 dependents), unlimited access. Any language available upon request, elderly parents eligible, Covid-19 test at home (no lab or provider fees). Our Direct Service Agreement is all we need to get started.

With fewer choices to get affordable, high-quality care, employers have decided to work directly with providers, Suzanne Delbanco, executive director of Catalyst for Payment Reform (CPR), a nonprofit that works with more than 30 employers and purchasers of healthcare, told Healthcare Dive." Full article: employer telehealth