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A telehealth system for the modern age.


Safe Haven was created to provide solutions in the hectic ever changing healthcare landscape space. When staffing shortages are growing across the world and the demand for more efficient patient care increases daily. Holo Sail Technologies needed to deliver a tool that's simple to learn, effortless to use, and does the thinking for you all while, providing the partnership you've yearned for.


Your own secure environment for connectivity both with patients and internal staff.


Simple, easy-to-use technology that allows users to execute efficiently and sustain heavy work schedules


An all in one platform that is compatible with legacy systems and everyday applications.

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Why should you use Telehealth?


Normally, doctors and other health care providers care for their patients in person at a facility such as a medical office, clinic, or hospital. But thanks to computers, smartphones, and other new digital technologies, medical professionals can now diagnose, treat, and oversee their patients' care virtually.

Telehealth is defined as the delivery of health care services at a distance through the use of technology. It can include everything from conducting medical visits over the computer, to monitoring patients' vital signs remotely. Its definition is broader than that of telemedicine, which only includes the remote delivery of health care. Telehealth also includes the training and continuing education of medical professionals.

Telehealth can be delivered in one of three ways:

  • Synchronous—when the doctor communicates with the patient in real time via computer or telephone

  • Asynchronous—when data, images, or messages are recorded to share with the doctor later

  • Remote patient monitoring—when measurements such as weight or blood pressure are sent to the health care provider

Advantages of telehealth

Using technology to deliver health care has several advantages, including cost savings, convenience, and the ability to provide care to people with mobility limitations, or those in rural areas who don't have access to a local doctor or clinic. For these reasons, the use of telehealth has grown significantly over the last decade. Currently, 76 percent of hospitals in the U.S. connect doctors and patients remotely via telehealth, up from 35 percent a decade ago.

Telehealth has become even more essential during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Fears of spreading and catching the virus during in-person medical visits have led to a greater interest in, and use of, technology to provide and receive health care.

Almost three-quarters of Americans surveyed said the pandemic has made them more eager to try virtual care. And one in four Americans over age 50 said they'd had a virtual health care visit during the first three months of the pandemic, up from just four percent of older adults who'd had a remote visit the previous year.

What you can do with telehealth

All of the following activities and services are possible with the help of telehealth:

  • Recording measurements like your weight, food intake, blood pressure, heart rate, and blood sugar levels either manually, or through a wearable device, and sending them to your doctor.

  • Having a virtual visit with your doctor or a nurse over your computer or smartphone.

  • Using an online portal to check your test results, request prescription refills, send your doctor a message, or schedule an appointment.

  • Sharing information such as your test results, diagnoses, medications, and drug allergies with all of the providers you see.

  • Coordinating care between your primary care provider and any specialists you visit—including the sharing of exam notes and test results between medical offices in different locations.

  • Getting email or text reminders when you're due for mammograms, colonoscopies, and other screenings, or routine vaccinations.

  • Monitoring older adults at home to make sure they are eating, sleeping, and taking their medications on schedule.

Downsides to telehealth

Telehealth offers a convenient and cost-effective way to see your doctor without having to leave your home, but it does have a few downsides.

  • It isn't possible to do every type of visit remotely. You still have to go into the office for things like imaging tests and blood work, as well as for diagnoses that require a more hands-on approach.

  • The security of personal health data transmitted electronically is a concern.

  • While insurance companies are increasingly covering the cost of telehealth visits during the COVID-19 pandemic, some services may not be fully covered, leading to out-of-pocket costs.

Source: Harvard Health

How does Safe Haven address the downsides?

While it is true that you can't replace in person visits 100% with virtual appointments, what Holo Sail does is lessen the risk of PHI falling into the wrong hands. Security is where Safe Haven excels, while still being able to offer a quality experience for both patients and doctors. Doctors and patients can rest easy knowing that their virtual appointments are safe and secure with no trackers, 3rd parties, or advertising algorithms trying to scrape whatever data they can from people and their providers. All data transmissions are end-to-end encrypted by default with precautions taken at every point from logging in to logging off and transmitting medical files. 



Easy and Flexible Scheduling Tools
Encrypted Video Chat
Manage multiple doctors or multiple practices
Rich statistical data to help make decisions easier
Self Service Patient Scheduling
Broadcast mode to host seminars or conferences

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