heathcare is going virtual
traditional work comp models are in jeopardy
leading the virtual healthcare movement
Pioneering the next generation of workers’ comp claims and case management.
Self-funded employers, TPAs, and carriers are often overwhelmed trying to control costs – Splashlight can help! With decades of combined healthcare and technology experience, we understand the gaps and challenges of the current healthcare system. To address these challenges, we leverage disruptive technology that removes geographic care barriers, actively involves patients in their own care, improves patient-provider collaboration, and reduces inefficiencies.
Our telehealth solutions provides a vehicle for exceptional patient care and early compensability determination.
Telehealth is one of the fastest growing industry in the U.S.
Work Comp Challenges
Gaps in Care
Our Telehealth Solution
Improving health outcomes & increasing competitive advantage.
- Seamless Integration
- Cloud based
- Immediate access to care
- HIPAA Compliant Platform
- Workflow Automation
- Mobile Access
- Telepresence connected to process
- Comprehensive, chronologically managed reporting
A Catalyst in Healthcare Evolution
Splashlight’s telehealth technology uses the latest innovations in medical technology, including cameras, wireless scopes, software and mobile medical carts. Our virtual care system includes, 24/7 triage expertise, video/audio communication technologies, automated scheduling, hardware interface, and interchangeable components as well as cloud-based communication integration with web and mobile devices. Likewise, our powerful back-end processing architecture allows for seamless growth of complex healthcare analytics and decision processing.
Splashlight’s secure platform is scalable and accessible all while providing high-tech interoperability of tools for remote diagnosing and monitoring, allowing for a direct impact on quality outcomes. Through technology and innovation, Splashlight is strategically and competitively positioned to be a leader in the telehealth market.