AirHealth offers tuned version of WebRTC for rural video consults

Sydney start-up MedSquared is looking for doctors to trial its new AirHealth telehealth platform, which uses a 'tuned' version of WebRTC to ensure solid video connections in rural and remote areas as well as one-click access for patients, an appointment scheduling system and the potential for a payment gateway using a Stripe API.

MedSquared, which is also behind the recent launch of the Bleep secure healthcare messaging platform, has developed the new platform to provide a simple alternative to technologies currently used such as the ubiquitous Skype or the VSee app.

Aimed squarely at helping improve access to specialists for people living in rural and remote Australia, it promises to be a full clinical telehealth platform with the ability to share consultation notes and clinical images in real time. A PDF transcript of the consult can be shared with the patient and attached to the doctor's medical record.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: FHIR, WebRTC, AirHealth, MedSquared

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