The Doctor Will See You Now—Without Leaving Your HomeAug 17, 2020
In housing developments and apartments across America, gyms, pools, and party rooms are sitting empty. But amenities focused on wellness and health care—rather than leisure—are on the rise in the COVID-19 era.
In South Florida, for instance, real-estate developer CC Homes has started offering complimentary telemedicine to buyers through a partnership with Baptist Health South Florida, a nonprofit clinical-care network with 10 hospitals and more than 100 outpatient centers throughout the region.
CC Homes’s homeowners are provided with a one-year membership to Baptist Health Care on Demand, which includes unlimited virtual urgent-care visits along with an in-home TytoCare digital diagnostic device that transmits heart rate and temperature and allows doctors to examine patients’ skin, ears, and throat remotely.
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