To win the MVP in basketball, individual excellence is not enough. Only one player in NBA history has ever won the MVP while playing for a team that did not make the playoffs. To add the most value, the MVP must do the most for his team. At pMD, we understand that our team performance is crucial to the success of our telehealth platform.
pMD has again been named the #1 Best Place to Work in the Bay Area and received the #1 Workplace Wellness Award for the second consecutive year by the San Francisco Business Times. We also have thousands of customer reviews on our website gushing about the quality of pMD. To quote one of them, “pMD is the best software ever! I’ve been using pMD since 2013 for inpatient rounds and internal communication. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, our practice had to make a decision quickly to be able to support our patients at this time. Thank goodness for pMD because they responded quickly and helped our practice implement customized patient communication and telehealth. I do not know what we would do without them.” Across all of our product offerings, we aim to win.
Every player who has averaged over 30 points per game on a 65-win team has won the NBA MVP. An individual’s stats can be crucial to MVP determination because they prove that a player is valuable, beyond the ‘eye test’ of what he looks like in the game. pMD certainly measures up.
pMD has enabled more than 80,000 patients to connect with their clinicians since the outbreak of COVID-19. In addition, over 75% of patients who are invited to use pMD by their practice have successfully downloaded the pMD app. That seems like the equivalent of a telehealth triple-double to me.
Excellence on both ends of the floor
Rather than excelling at offense and defense, pMD succeeds in helping both patients and their providers. At pMD, we provide practices with the tools to seamlessly integrate telehealth visits into their existing workflows. We find this to be critical to our success because it has been named as a key priority by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to avoid fragmenting care and potentially impacting patient safety.
Providers on pMD can coordinate care for a patient by communicating with everyone involved in the patient’s care all on the same application. This includes the patient themselves, support staff, referring providers, or specialists. We go beyond providing just a video chat platform. On pMD, providers can further connect with their patients via appointment reminders, follow-up chat routers, and secure voice calls. pMD telehealth is definitely a two-way player.
More so than in basketball, consistency in health care is critical to success. Telehealth with pMD works on all iOS and Android mobile devices to deliver consistent, high-quality video.
At pMD, customer support is our #1 priority. If a provider or a patient has a question, they can call us 24/7 and always speak to a full-time employee. We also provide unlimited usage, no cutoff times or upgrades are required. Our consistency helps practices to establish long-term workflows that can extend beyond the current COVID-19 pandemic. We believe that habits that practices form now will grow into preferences and default behaviors and that most patients won’t want to return to a pre-COVID-19, less-convenient form of health care. The pMD telehealth platform, which was created in 2018, provides the dependability that is crucial to a most valuable player.
The results are in! Telehealth on pMD stacks up well with its winning team record, unprecedented stats, excellence on both ends of the health care space, and unparalleled consistency. pMD’s HIPAA-compliant communication platform, which offers secure chat and video and voice calling really stands out as the Most Valuable Player in Telehealth.
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