Virtual care connects. No matter where you are. No matter who you are.

What would you do with more time?

Imagine a world where physicians have more time, patients feel empowered and entire care teams aren’t overwhelmed. What used to take hours, days or weeks can now be managed in minutes. Care is more coordinated, continuous and complements in-person visits. Patients don’t have to take time off work or travel extensively for non-emergency and specialist appointments.

Technological innovations have already impacted every aspect of our lives―and health care is no exception. Today, only 14% of physicians have virtual visit capabilities. But that’s changing rapidly.

For those who have already implemented virtual care solutions, the known benefits are countless…


  • access to care and expertise
  • collaboration
  • education and training
  • data and accuracy
  • diagnostics and treatment
  • patient experience and satisfaction
  • health outcome tracking
  • medication adherence and patient accountability


  • length of hospital stays
  • readmission rates
  • medical errors and misdiagnosis
  • wait times
  • unnecessary appointments
  • missed appointments

Does this seem like science fiction to you? It’s already happening.

Some examples of exponential technologies that are improving care right now are:

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of computers to think like and complete tasks currently performed by humans with greater speed, accuracy, and lower resource utilization.
Source: Deloitte

AI in action

Cloud dx

Cloud DX Connected Health is an all-in-one cloud-based system that collects and monitors vitals with outstanding accuracy, whether they’re taken in the exam room or at home daily. Ideal for monitoring chronic conditions.

medical equipment

Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality (AR) is the technology that superimposesre images on a user’s view of the real world.
Source: Deloitte

Learn more about augmented reality

AR in action

Reacts logo

Reacts is a rich, integrated, collaborative platform that enables secure communication and interaction amongst health care professionals and their patients. Allows video conferencing, file sharing and remote teaching.

computer equipment

ocean logo

Using tablets in the waiting room and secure, emailed forms and messages, the Ocean platform for patient engagement gives you a better way to collect information from your patients

computer, smart phone and tablet

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