San Francisco, CA: In response to the global pandemic situation, Sycle today announced the availability of Sycle Telehealth, a new feature that enables Sycle customers to have online appointments with their patients. Sycle Telehealth lets clinics treat their patients without the risk of exposure for the patient or their employees. Sycle Telehealth will be provided as a free service to Sycle customers through the end of 2020.
“With regard to the coronavirus, our customers treat a high-risk demographic. We know that continuing to provide care to their patients is critical for our customers. Staying viable as a business is also important to them,” says Ridge Sampson, CEO at Sycle. “By bringing Sycle Telehealth to our clients quickly, we are giving them a critical capability that addresses safety for all, while enabling them to continue to service, connect with and care for their patients.”
With Sycle Telehealth, clinics will be able to deliver numerous online services, such as:
- Full provider/patient appointment sessions
- Any required follow-up care
- Patient pre-screenings
- Hearing device care and maintenance
- Speech therapy sessions
Sycle CTO Sean Shoffstall added, “Sycle Telehealth provides convenience for the patient and efficiency for the practice. Our development team was excited to work on something that will help so many in this time of need. This accelerated project was ‘all hands on deck’, and we’re excited we were able to get this feature into our customers’ hands today.”
Sycle Telehealth is HIPAA compliant, mobile friendly and doesn’t require any additional software to be downloaded.
Sycle Telehealth will be available immediately for no charge to Sycle customers.
About Sycle: Sycle’s mission is to facilitate the delivery of better hearing to the world. Sycle is the audiology industry’s number one practice management software. Over 20,000 hearing care professionals depend on Sycle to run their businesses. Sycle develops software and integrations thateliminate tedious tasks and streamline workflows. This allows Sycle’s customers more time with their patients and ultimately helps them treat more people suffering from hearing loss.