Software used by 18 states to enhance revenues and reduced time to pay to members of Ticket to Work program.
At Wi4, we believe that every community deserves access to quality healthcare. This is why we are committed to providing telemedicine solutions for rural areas. Our software is designed to meet the unique challenges of these communities, including limited infrastructure and workforce shortages. We work closely with our partners to ensure that our solutions are tailored to their specific needs. As a result, we are able to provide rural communities with the same level of care that they would receive in a urban setting. This is what sets Wi4 apart from other telemedicine providers. We are dedicated to ensuring that every community has access to quality healthcare, regardless of location.
20 years + experience of delivering healthcare apps
Digital Health software developed by us has been used by 2 million-plus users
Federal Government, State Governments, Large Corporations and Startups have trusted us for their digital health product requirements
Our founders have published more than 200 research papers in health informatics. Ongoing research keeps us always updated.
Expertise in various healthcare standards like Hl7 & FHIR, IEC 60234, HIPAA, HITECH, ICD-10, CPT, DICOM
Member of HL7 Development Body
There is no doubt that telehealth can help rural areas and at Wi4 corporation, we have seen telehealth services make a significant difference for our clients who live in rural areas. By providing access to care that would otherwise be unavailable, telehealth helps close the gap in healthcare access for rural residents. Additionally, telehealth can help reduce travel costs and time associated with seeking medical care outside of one’s community. For these reasons and more, telehealth is an important tool for improving healthcare access in rural areas.
Telemedicine can help improve healthcare access in rural areas in a number of ways. Firstly, it can connect patients with specialist physicians who may be based at a distance. This can provide these patients with access to the care they need when they might otherwise have to travel long distances – or even relocate – to receive it. Secondly, telemedicine can enable remote consultation and collaboration between doctors, allowing them to share information and expertise more easily. This is particularly useful in cases where experienced specialists are few and far between in rural areas. Finally, telemedicine can help reduce the cost of healthcare delivery in rural areas by reducing the need for expensive infrastructure and making better use of limited resources.
One potential barrier to using telehealth in rural areas or with vulnerable populations is the lack of broadband connectivity and another potential barrier is the lack of available health care providers who are qualified to deliver telehealth services in a particular region or population. Wi4 Corporation is a company that is working to address both of these barriers.
Telemedicine is important for rural areas as one of the main barriers to healthcare access in rural areas is the lack of transportation options and this can make it very difficult for people to get to their appointments, especially if they have to travel long distances and so Telemedicine can help bridge this gap by allowing patients to consult with their doctors from the comfort of their own homes.
Additional to that, telemedicine can also help reduce wait times for appointments and increase overall access to care by eliminating the need for patients to travel to see their doctor. Wi4 Corporation is a global leader in providing secure, simple, and affordable wireless health patient monitoring solutions. We are dedicated to helping people improve their quality of life by making healthcare more accessible and convenient.
We have partnered with Federal and State agencies, academia, tech startups, and well-known organizations – positively impacting over a billion lives
With the implementation of Mirth Connect based customized HL7 interfaces, the tedious manual works of message submission