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The United States

Abi telehealth services and configurations available in The United States.

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Abi telehealth service options

· Text micro-consults.

· Medication Prescriptions.

· Specialist referrals.

· Video Consultations.

· Voice Consultations.

User onboarding options

· Outbound SMS.

· Outbound Email.

· Inbound (landing page, embed).

· Offline (QR code).

Abi user interfaces

· Chat Bot.

· Web App.

· Widget.

· Services APIs.

Top 3 Chats Apps

1. WhatsApp.

2. Messenger.

3. Telegram.

easy-integration-abi

Abi telehealth service options

· Text micro-consults.

· Medication Prescriptions.

· Specialist referrals.

· Video Consultations.

· Voice Consultations.

User onboarding options

· Outbound SMS.

· Outbound Email.

· Inbound (landing page, embed).

· Offline (QR code).

Abi user interfaces

· Chat Bot.

· Web App.

· Widget.

· Services APIs.

Top 3 Chats Apps

1. WhatsApp.

2. Messenger.

3. Telegram.

Abi Healthcare Professionals

· General Physicians.

· General Nurses.

· Specialist Nurses.

· Specialist Physicians.

Languages supported

· English.

Branding options

· Abi branded.

· Co-branded.

· White labelled.

Abi Healthcare Professionals

· General Physicians.

· General Nurses.

· Specialist Nurses.

· Specialist Physicians.

Languages supported

· English.

Branding options

· Abi branded.

· Co-branded.

· White labelled.

Regulatory information for your market

Telehealth regulation

 

The practice of telehealth is regulated at the state level, either by statute or by regulations or professional guidelines passed by state professional licensing bodies such as the Board of Medicine. In addition to the different definitions of telehealth, states may have different requirements and standards including informed consent, permitted communication methods, what constitutes an appropriate examination, supervision requirements (for example, of telehealth delivered by nurses), remote prescribing, and coverage requirements in both state Medicaid programs and through private commercial insurance.

Source.

Privacy and Data Protection

 

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) is the prevailing federal law governing the use and disclosure of personal health information; however, this law applies only to individuals and entities meeting the definition of a “covered entity” or a “business associate” of a covered entity, leaving a substantial amount of personal health information not subject to HIPAA.

Source.

 

Telehealth regulation

 

The practice of telehealth is regulated at the state level, either by statute or by regulations or professional guidelines passed by state professional licensing bodies such as the Board of Medicine. In addition to the different definitions of telehealth, states may have different requirements and standards including informed consent, permitted communication methods, what constitutes an appropriate examination, supervision requirements (for example, of telehealth delivered by nurses), remote prescribing, and coverage requirements in both state Medicaid programs and through private commercial insurance.

Source.

Privacy and Data Protection

 

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) is the prevailing federal law governing the use and disclosure of personal health information; however, this law applies only to individuals and entities meeting the definition of a “covered entity” or a “business associate” of a covered entity, leaving a substantial amount of personal health information not subject to HIPAA.

Source.

 

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