To bring Online Care services to communities served by Ascension Healths local Wellness Ministries.

Related StoriesOJ Bio at Medica 2015 – Point of Treatment diagnostics' part in reducing antibiotics prescribingAddressing quality of life needs in prostate cancers: an interview with Professor Louis DenisApplying a high restaurant model to health care communications: an interview with Brandi Robinson, SanofiThe Online Care service will allow eligible patients to engage in immediate live encounters with main care physicians and other clinicians affiliated with Wellness Ministries of Ascension Health. Patients will be able to initiate these encounters from their home or workplace at any right period, via the Web or a regular phone. During each live conversation, care providers will be able to review the patient’s medical information, consult with and start to see the patient usually, prescribe medications as appropriate, and suggest follow-up treatment.She writes that more important compared to the dollars spent will be the outcomes achieved and that Canada, through the ongoing function of the Global Fund, offers touched the lives of countless world-wide. She notes that by 2008, the Global Fund has offered 1.75 million people with antiretroviral treatment; offered medical providers, education and community care to 2.8 million orphans; and supported 46 million HIV assessment and counseling sessions. Furthermore, Canada’s contributions to the World Health Organization’s 3 by 5 Initiative allowed three million visitors to receive antiretroviral medicines by 2007, and the national country continues to be one of the largest supporters to the effort, Oda writes.