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Start Your Free 14 Day Trial

Chiron Health makes it a snap to see your patients via video. Our easy-to-use telemedicine software allows physicians to connect with patients for routine appointments from anywhere.

 

Here’s how easy it is to get started

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Fill out the form and enter payment information. After your free 14 day trial you will pay only $120 / provider / month ($1440 billed annually). You may cancel at any time within the trial period at no risk.
Prefer to pay monthly?
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Our client success team will get you activated, onboarded, and trained to start using telemedicine.
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Start offering video visits!

Why Offer Video Visits?

Increase Patient Satisfaction
Improved Patient Outcomes
Scheduling Flexibility
Improved Staff Efficiency
Fewer No-Shows and Cancellations
New Revenue Opportunities

$120/mo per Provider. Including all the following benefits:

Unlimited video visits and Live support for providers and patients

Seamless integration with your EHR

Is your EHR already integrated?

Telemedicine insurance eligibility checks

Email/SMS communication

Custom patient web page

Patient co-pay or self pay processing

Get Started Today

Frequently Asked Questions

[fa icon="plus-square"] Is the solution secure and HIPAA compliant?
Absolutely! Video encryption, secure account access, and handling of patient data is all done in compliance with HIPAA privacy standards.
[fa icon="plus-square"] Can I see new patients using video visits?
Unless you are prescribing a controlled substance, a patient-physician relationship may be established over telemedicine in most states.
[fa icon="plus-square"] Will insurers reimburse for telemedicine?
In many cases, yes. Most states have legislation requiring private insurers to cover telemedicine visits at the same rate as an office visit. In other states, many payers choose to cover video visits as they see downstream cost savings.. Chiron health removes the guesswork by instantly syncing patient insurance information to perform a telemedicine-specific eligibility check – with guaranteed reimbursement!
[fa icon="plus-square"] Does traditional medicare or medicaid cover telemedicine:
NO - unfortunately traditional CMS plans restrict the location of the patient to a qualifying originating site. Don't worry, in some cases you can charge ineligible patients a self-pay rate. We'll notify you of patient eligibility before the visit. Read more here.
[fa icon="plus-square"] How do patients and staff get technical support?
Your staff and patients can chat with our live technical support team directly in the platform; they can call us at (800) 768-8131; or send an email to support@chironhealth.com.
[fa icon="plus-square"] How are video visits scheduled?
Video visits are scheduled in your EHR or practice management system just like an in-office appointment.  Chiron integrates with many of the leading outpatient EHRs. If you don’t have an EHR or choose not to integrate your system, you can schedule visits with just a few clicks in the platform. You can see a list of available EHR integrations here.
[fa icon="plus-square"] Is the quality of care the same as an in-person visit?
The quality of telemedicine as a method of healthcare delivery is confirmed by decades of research and demonstrations. Video visits have been found to be a safe, cost-effective and convenient way to provide healthcare services. Not all cases are appropriate for remote care, of course. the most common CPT codes used for remote visits are 99212-99214.
[fa icon="plus-square"] What types of visits are a good fit for video?
A wide range of care can be provided over a remote connection, the most common include follow-up appointments, medication refills, diagnostic test reviews, mental health services, weight management, and smoking cessation consultations.
[fa icon="plus-square"] What is the definition of a paying provider?
Only clinical providers conducting video visits count as paying providers. Office staff responsible for scheduling, billing or other administrative tasks are not billed.