Population Health2018-01-02T20:59:35+00:00

Telehealth for Population Health

Improve outcomes by implementing telehealth for population healths. Individuals are able to access Doctors, Counselors and other Healthcare Professionals at anytime and from anywhere. Increase healthcare accessibility, lower medical costs and improve your population health outcomes with telehealth for population health.

  • Talk to Board Certified Physicians whenever needed that can write prescriptions when medically necessary
  • Speak with licensed Counselors at anytime about family, work or other issues

  • Chat with other Healthcare Professionals whenever needed about medication, treatment options or medical concerns
  • Sign up groups or individuals (along with their family at no additional cost) at anytime
  • Access care for as many times as needed without any extra fees or hidden costs

Telemedicine Facts

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Telehealth for Population Health


Of all emergency room and urgent care visits are for common illnesses that telemedicine is able to treat at anytime, from anywhere


Minute median Doctor response time compared to 121 minutes (travel, waiting, paperwork) at your typical Doctor visit


Average Medical Savings per consultation vs. Urgent Care, Primary Care Physician, Emergency Room and Specialist visits

Program Guide

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The Hosperity Program Guide provides you with information to make informed decisions about telehealth for population health. The guide covers topics such program features and financial benefits for your organization.

75% of Emergency Room visits are unnecessary

American Medical Association

91% of the US Population have cell phones and 98% have access to the internet

Pew Research

Employers in the United States could save 6 billion per year by providing Telehealth services to their employees

Towers Watson

About 20% of Americans live in rural areas without easy access to primary care or specialist medical services

American Hospital Association

Programs and Solutions