Clinicians can easily switch their patients between the EHC and IVR solutions if the patient is travelling or has to go back to a short- or long-term rehabilitation care unit. The IVR solution provides a flexible, mobile alternative for those patients who have to travel for a period of time without their EHC home-based unit. Because all of the information is retained on the same web-based application, there is no break in continuity of care for those veterans switching between solutions.
Gavin Stewart, Vice President Business Development at Authentidate said, "Authentidate is very pleased that the VA has approved the national rollout of our IVR solution with TeleMOVE. We believe that the other DMPs which are currently being pilot tested will be approved for national deployment in the near future and that our IVR solution provides a significant growth opportunity for our company. We continue to work closely with the VA to provide cost-effective solutions to help support their efforts to deliver the best health care for our veterans."
About Authentidate Holding Corp.
Authentidate Holding Corp. is a provider of secure web-based software applications and telehealth products and services that enable healthcare organizations to coordinate care for patients and enhance related administrative and clinical workflows. Authentidate's products and services enable healthcare organizations to increase revenues, reduce costs and enhance patient care by eliminating paper and manual work steps from clinical and administrative processes. Authentidate's telehealth solutions combine Electronic House Call, an FDA 510(k) cleared in-home patient vital signs monitoring system, or the Interactive Voice Response system with a web application that streamlines patient monitoring. Delivered as Software as a Service (SaaS), customers only require an Internet connection and web browser to access our web-based applications thereby utilizing previous investments in systems and technology. The company's healthcare customers and users include leading homecare companies, health systems, physician groups and governmental entities. These organizations utilize the company's products and services to coordinate care for patients outside of acute-care.