As the Covid-19 pandemic has grasped the majority of countries across the globe, Veterinary Healthcare providers are using Telehealth Technology for safety purposes during the Covid-19 pandemic. The majority of veterinary healthcare providers are now using the Smart Vet Telehealth platform, which is designed by the practicing veterinary Dr. Sharon Quinn. The Smart Vet telehealth platform is proving to be very beneficial for both the patient and veterinarians as the platform has been used over 6500 consultations till date.
The company has further added that currently its platform is being used in Australia, Canada, UK and USA, while the company is making all out efforts to translate the platform in other languages that would help to launch the telehealth platform in other countries.
Sharing his thoughts over the Smart Vet Telehealth Platform, Designer of Smart Vet Telehealth Platform, Dr. Sharon Quinn said, “Veterinary care is considered an essential service, but with social distancing and quarantine measures in place, we are only seeing urgent cases. With our platform, clients have a secure, web-based telehealth option.”
“The company says thousands of pet owners use the service for a variety of reasons. The cases range from triage of acute problems, to more chronic medical concerns, to post-operative re-evaluations, behavioral and nutritional consults and much more. Our patients and families are very important to us,” says Bayridge veterinarian Dr. Jeff Kaufmann. “We are glad to be able to use SmartVet’s innovative technology to keep us closely connected to our patients, especially through challenging times.” Dr. Quinn added.
“Smart.vet allows us to interact professionally, be attentive to our clients, share information like articles, videos, and estimates, and incorporate billing all in one platform,” explains Dr. Quinn. “Pet parents see huge value in having this dedicated one-on-one communication with their veterinarian, as well as access to their pet’s medical record and consultation history. And it’s so easy to share with their family members, which helps with their decision making,” Dr. Quinn continued.