How It Works

1. Data Sharing

2. Request Visit

3. Scheduling

4. Appointment

5. Invoice

6. Follow-Up

Step 1

First, a patient allows data sharing with a HeartCloud for Health Practices account.

Step 2

The patient requests a telehealth visit using their HeartCloud account logged into our web or iPhone apps.

The patient can list the start and end dates and times of one or more health issues that prompt the request for a telehealth appointment with a physician in your practice.

Step 3

Once the request from the patient has been submitted, it is encrypted and a member of the health practice can decline it or go ahead and schedule it.

As part of that process, a physician or nurse practitioner can schedule the duration of a telehealth visit based on the issue(s) reported by the patient in their request.

Step 4

The telehealth appointment occurs.

During it, the physician can see the patient (using either HeartCloud's web or iPhone apps) and health data uploaded to their HeartCloud account. This means that while talking to a patient about heart palpitations, the physician can review a patient's recent Apple Watch electrocardiograms, blood pressure readings, and other trends or individual measurements all without refreshing the page and interrupting the video and audio connection.

Step 5

Ending the visit generates a summary of the appointment and an invoice with many fields automatically filled-in based on the call's duration, participants, currently active diagnoses, and more.

Step 6

The practice can follow-up with a patient after the visit with notes/recommendations or a summary of the appointment's discussion topics.

How Our Telehealth Is Different

Most telehealth appointments are essentially the same experience: an online conferencing system to allow a patient and a physician to see and hear each other over an audio/video connection.

HeartCloud For Health Practices reinvents this experience by letting the clinician interact with digital health visualizations of the patient’s data while simultaneously communicating over a secure, high-quality audio/video channel.