GoTelecare, the prevailing comprehensive telehealth and medical billing services in the US is having tremendous growth in a niche by tapping into an industry like no other company has. GoTelecare is the only telehealth and medical billing business opportunity in the US and has yet again, expanded their team. Another addition to their partnership panel has been made by awarding their 10th territory to Frank Carlson of Denver, Colorado.
GoTelecare virtualizes doctor visits by facilitating secure HIPAA-complaint video consultations, combined with a comprehensive practice management platform and low cost medical billing service that increases patient access to medical services via telemedicine while reducing office billing costs for medical practices, healthcare facilities and healthcare services organizations.
About a half a year ago, GoTelecare decided they wanted to take their telehealth and medical billing services to the street, with a ‘boots on the ground’ approach. The team decided what better way to expand the rapidly growing industry than to allow people to start their own business. Business partners get to own a telehealth network in an exclusive territory, they build of book of business of healthcare facilities and doctors in which they can also offer medical billing to, all while earning unlimited residual income from both services.
Telehealth is a relatively young and extremely fast growing industry. When you start to see telehealth all over the media and hear major sources like Towers Watson and Forbes talking about the tremendous growth in the industry, it definitely peaks people’s interest,” said Jason Steele, President of Partnership Development & Operations of GoTelecare. ” I have been working in partnership business for over 15 years and have never seen growth and interest in a new business oppotunity like we are seeing with GoTelecare. I think the stars are really aligning, between the industry boom and our company being the only partnership to do this, it’s a really great time for the team.”
Frank Carlson is a Systems Analyst with over 20 years of experience in IT, with a focus on project management and support. He received his Bachelor of Science in CIMS from Metropolitan State College at Denver and has extensive experience in the telehealth industry. While at Banner Health, a 26 hospital system, Frank was part of the team that expanded communications to allow connectivity with many other health entities, including MD Anderson Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic, Tele-stroke and Tele-health outreach programs replacing expensive ISDN circuits with Internet IP connectivity and on demand dialing. Frank knows firsthand the value of telehealth, and the difference it can make for both the patient and the provider. He is looking forward to utilizing his knowledge as an IT and project manager in telehealth to help launch the GoTelecare platform in Colorado.