We are developing a new paradigm in patient care


the future of healthcare.

Premium telehealth may have been possible before, but it’s never before been effectively commercialized. With our telehealth solutions we aim to blend state-of-the-art diagnostics, broadband network access and HD communications equipment to empower doctors, patients and clinicians.

UniDoc Virtual Health Clinics are being designed and developed to deliver the power of connection, diagnosis, and treatment.

A Revolution

in Doctor/Patient Interaction

The UniDoc Virtual Care model is being designed to remove the barriers between patients and care providers. The Company is aiming to set a new standard of care with virtual visits and fully-integrated diagnostic tools.

Once ready for deployment, anticipated benefits include the following:

Flexibility for Patients

Providing virtual healthcare visits in the comfort of a patient’s home or at a local point of service.

Real-time Data for Doctors

Physicians have full access to the patients' clinical data and vital signs in real time.

Cost Effective for Everyone

Lowering the financial barriers of in-house physicians’ recruitment and retention

Today's Healthcare Industry

As digital transformation continues permeating the healthcare industry, telehealth is gaining momentum as an increasingly popular alternative to traditional clinical care.

Telehealth, an integral part of home-based care, first found its niche with seniors: According to AARP, 87% of adults age 65 and older want to stay in their current home and community as they age. But now that Medicare telehealth regulations are loosening, its popularity will only increase.

The aging population isn’t the only group that stands to benefit from telehealth programs: Healthcare organizations that offer them are already earning early dividends, including cost avoidance, lowered readmission rates, and a greater number of patients served.

And as technological advancements enable a prevention and wellness-based model, and consumer preferences shift in favor of more personalized care, consumers are opening up to these virtual solutions. In fact, 57% said they’d use telehealth for a remote general consultation if given the option, according to the 2018 Business Insider Intelligence Insurance Technology Study.

Deloitte estimates that US health spending will balloon from 2020’s$4 trillion estimate to $8.3 trillion by 2040. A main driver of these high costs is healthcare companies’ adoption of emerging health-focused technology. We estimate that US healthcare providers and facilities spent $11.36 billion on cloud-based technologies in 2020—up 33.0% from 2019, when they spent $8.55 billion.

To offset costs, healthcare providers are leveraging the increase in consumers who want to play a more active role in monitoring their own health by encouraging tech that promotes vital tracking, early detection, and prevention of disease. Specifically, remote patient monitoring (RPM) tools, which enable a continuous stream of real-time health data between patients and their doctors, will account for much of this savings.

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth is the use of digital technologies to deliver medical care, health education, and public health services by connecting multiple users in separate locations. Telehealth encompasses a broad definition of technology-enabled health care services. Telehealth includes telemedicine (diagnosis and treatment of illness or injury – see detailed description below), and services such as assessment, monitoring, communications, prevention, and education. It involves a broad range of telecommunications, health information, videoconferencing, and digital image technologies.

We aim to offer a complete
Telehealth solution.

Better access to
healthcare is the future.