Your very own telemedicine receptionist

Use SimpleVisit to manage your virtual practice with video visits compatible over skype Skype, facetime_icon FaceTime, or  Google Hangouts

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HIPAA-compliant video compatible with any communication platform.

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Add a SimpleVisit subscription to activate your telemedicine receptionist service and begin seeing patients same-day.
Use what you already have to build your virtual practice. No new hardware, downloads or logins necessary.

Docs should not worry about tech support. All sessions are managed and supported by a live receptionist.

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“I recently opened my pediatric clinic in Colorado and wanted to implement telemedicine immediately. We started off using a company that touted ease of use, Athena integration, and reasonable prices; only to find out it was the opposite… Before I gave up, I looked at SimpleVisit. I am SO glad I did! Rob and his team are amazing and got us set up quickly. I think the best parts are the live operators and the speedy connection with my patients – and I don’t have to do anything except provide care. The video quality is excellent. I highly recommend SimpleVisit!!”

– Dr. Phipps, Mainstreet Pediatrics

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2018 Telemedicine Policy Update

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