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Give your patients access to your speech therapy sessions without putting themselves at risk. Patients across the country are anxious and restricted because of COVID-19. To help speech-language pathologists continue to deliver patient care, InSync Healthcare Solutions offers an easy to use, easy to implement telepractice service with added automation and scheduling features.
In as little as 24-hours turnaround time, you'll enable your speech therapy practice with the ability to:
Reach patients regardless of distance, mobility, or COVID-19 restrictions.
Link clinicians to clients for as long as they need, with unlimited minutes.
Schedule, invite, and launch a face-to-face telehealth appointment from a single system.
Powered by Zoom's HIPAA compliant integration.
Get started now and help keep the health and safety of your team and patients your number one priority. Making a switch or getting away from paper can be challenging. That's why our dedicated implementations specialists and onsite training is available to help ease the transition and put your practice in the best place for success.
Take the system a step further and enjoy practice management and EHR capabilities. Rapidly chart, report and prescribe electronically. View the full capabilities of the InSync telemedicine software here.
Switch on a configurable exercise library enabling SLP providers with prescribable exercises patients can do at home. Check-in and review with 24-hour deployable telepractice services powered by Zoom.
The InSync EHR and practice management software has been built from the ground up to meet the specific needs of speech-language pathology clinics. To learn about all its features and capabilities, visit the speech therapy software page by clicking the button below.
Fill out the brief form below and we'll get in touch quickly via the information you've provided to get you set up with the telecommunications technology speech-language pathologists rely upon.