20% discount to use Coviu telehealth platform*

Speech Pathology Australia has secured a 20% discount for members who choose to use the Coviu telehealth platform.

Members will need to use the code COVID19SPA to secure the discount, which is available for three months.

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General help and FAQ’s

 

More than just talking heads, Coviu’s solution spun-out from CSIRO’s Data61 in 2015, and is purpose-built to support the Australian Healthcare Industry’s transition to telehealth.

Coviu offers a web-based solution that fits seamlessly any healthcare business, large or small. We are deeply commitment to innovation, research validation, simplicity of use, scalability and interoperability with existing systems.

Designed to mimic traditional brick-and-mortar clinics, Coviu’s platform facilitates in-call payments, online appointment bookings, in-call clinical tools, integrations with your practice management systems and more.

In 2019, Coviu partnered with Healthdirect, the Australian Department of Health’s health information and advice service, to power its national video call service.

Geographical barriers no longer exist with telehealth, providing a range of benefits for everyone involved, such as greater access to healthcare services, greater flexibility, reduced cost and more efficient use of resources. With Coviu, practitioners set up their digital practice within the same day they sign up, so they can start offering services quickly and effectively.

In addition to providing clinicians with standards-based telehealth software to enable ‘business as usual’ during this difficult time, Coviu is also currently offering free listings to all Australian healthcare providers on their patient-facing directory, Online Doctors Directory of Australia.

Online Doctors Directory of Australia is designed to connect patients with telehealth providers across a range of specialties.

 

*The Association does not endorse or recommend any platforms or products (including Zoom) for administration of speech pathology services through telepractice. Members are advised to seek information from reliable sources regarding privacy standards, security features of videoconference platforms, how clinician and client actions impact the security of a telepractice encounter and how members can discharge their professional, ethical and legal obligations while using telepractice. General guidance is offered in the Association’s FAQ document on Technology, Privacy and Security for Telepractice found on the Telepractice Resources page.