Lower Your Clinic's Operating Expenses While Increasing The Quality of Patient Care
According to findings, more than 70% of primary care physician visits could be handled just as effectively through telemedicine. Validus Medical® clinics use telemedicine technology to lower the operating expenses of on-site clinics while increasing the quality of care and services offered to patients.
Telemedicine programs enable acute care encounters for symptoms such as strep throat, upper respiratory infections, flu, urinary tract infections, coughs, colds, sinus, and other indications that demand immediate attention without the need for comprehensive diagnostic tests.
Validus Medical® on-site clinics emphasize quality, cost-effectiveness and convenience. We feature expanded office hours with concierge-level medical coverage: Validus Medical® physicians can be reached over the phone/internet around the clock.
The Validus Medical® clinical visit emphasizes quality and trust. Patients are treated by a licensed practicing physician who is often on-duty in a local hospital emergency room. The equipment used in our clinics connects class II medical devices, including stethoscopes, otoscopes, and ultrasound, along with high-definition sound and video, providing the physician with state-of-the-art capabilities beyond what most primary care physicians utilize in their daily practice. A full-time nurse or clinical assistant staffs the clinic and is responsible for greeting the patient, operating the equipment, administering basic medicine, explaining the treatment plan, processing insurance claims and collecting fees.
The economics of Validus Medical® clinics benefit patients, insurance providers and employers. Using telemedicine, we can deliver valuable medical services at a lower cost by leveraging a single physician across multiple clinics. While our operating costs are lower than clinics that have on-site nurse practitioners, our level of service is higher.
Reasons to Join Validus
A few reasons why Validus On-Site Clinics are a perfect fit
A full-time nurse or clinical assistant staffs the clinic and is responsible for greeting the patient.
Patients are treated by a licensed practicing physician who is often on-duty in a local hospital emergency room.