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Kura MD Inc. on Tuesday said it has launched a commercially available software as a service telehealth platform for the workers compensation industry.
The Roseville, California-based medical services and technology company said the SaaS platform will allow physicians to conduct a telehealth visit with an injured worker at the point of injury and schedule routine follow-ups via the platform rather than a standard office visit, said the company in a statement.
The platform also includes state-specific workers compensation forms and allows for the integration of electronic health records with utilization review and e-billing, according to the statement.
Telemedicine is growing as the U.S. physician population ages, health care organizations seek new ways to provide care and consumers become as comfortable using technology to receive treatment for conditions ranging from sore throats to drug addiction as they are ordering other products and services off the internet.