WELL’s simple, easy to navigate telemedicine platform connects patients worldwide to a global network of doctors and other healthcare professionals 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Key benefits for patients include immediate appointments at up to 30% less than the cost of in-person visits, plus access to interpreters, pharmacies, labs, and medical equipment suppliers. Patients also benefit from WELL’s Blockchain Computing System A Blockchain computing system treats the Blockchain as a secure computation platform that can be shared among multiple vendors. structure, which protects patients’ medical and financial data while providing easy, cross-border payments without high exchange rates, processing fees, or third-party fees.
WELL’s provider features include remote monitoring, connectivity with patient devices, video and conference capabilities, and the integration of various records systems.
To sign up for WELL’s web platform as either a patient or provider, visit the WELL Platform link and register, or view a demo of the platform using the email addresses firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com along with the password: password.
WELL founder and CEO Ildar Fazulyanov was inspired to create WELL in April 2015, following a snowboarding accident that left him frustrated with the inefficiencies of the healthcare system. Founded on the belief that quality care should be available anytime and anywhere, WELL is globalizing healthcare and eliminating country borders to directly connect doctors, therapists, psychologists, and other healthcare specialists with patients worldwide.
Today, WELL works with companies such as:
- Composite Health Care System Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II) is the U.S. Department of defense Health Record System.
- Century Pacific Medical Inc.
- Veteran Affairs
- Composite Health Care System Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II) is the U.S. Department of defense Health Record System. Advantage
- Several HMO/PPO plans, self-pay/private pay, dozens of hospitals, assisted living facilities, hospices, over two hundred home healthcare agencies.
WELL’s global network of clinicians speaks English, Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Korean, Armenian, Vietnamese, Farsi, Japanese, Russian, Hebrew and many other languages.