The platform offers everything healthcare professionals need to incorporate telemedicine into their practice. OnCall provides appointment scheduling, virtual communication tools, and handles payments.
Around 70% of healthcare appointments can be done online rather than in-person. Keeping patients from heading to the clinic unnecessarily can save both the patient and clinic time and money, and reduce the risk of exposure to Covid-19.
On Call is a full-service telemedicine platform for health professionals who are ready to incorporate virtual care into their practice. They aim to make the transition as smooth as possible, for both patients and the clinic, so that doctors can expand their services quickly.
The Toronto-based startup automates appointments and handles payments, reminders, and scheduling. The platform supplies a variety of options for patient communication, including instant messaging, video conferencing, file sharing, and screen sharing. All communication is entirely secure and complies with the relevant guidelines. Additional tools are provided to improve care and patient tracking: health care professionals can store clinical notes, export results, and access the provided intake and assessment forms.
Customised branding and analytics help organisations have consistent messaging and ensure they are making the best use of their time. Platforms like OnCall are making it easier for doctors to offer telemedicine which increases patient access to primary care.