VeeOne Cited for Dedication to Quality Telehealth Care
Roseville, CA – Feb. 8, 2022 – VeeOne Health, a US-based provider of a complete telehealth platform and services for the full continuum of healthcare, today announced that the URAC Accreditation Committee has granted full Provider-to-Provider (P2P) accreditation to VeeOne Health for its dedication to quality management principles. An independent, non-profit accreditation agency focused on improving the quality of healthcare, provides health care organizations with renowned accreditation and certification programs that set the highest standards in quality and safety.
“By earning Telehealth Accreditation from URAC, VeeOne Health is operating on the cutting edge of healthcare delivery,” said URAC President and CEO Shawn Griffin, M.D. “Independent accreditation demonstrates VeeOne Health can provide value-based care to more people while meeting performance standards conceived by a broad array of telehealth stakeholders. As technology becomes more critical in achieving population health goals, VeeOne Health blazes a trail that others will follow.”
URAC accreditation requires applicants to submit policies, procedures, and other organizational information for a full review. The URAC Accreditation Committee voted to grant VeeOne Health full accreditation pursuant to Telehealth Accreditation Program P2P, Version 3.0 Program. This award is effective from February 1, 2022, to February 1, 2025.
About VeeOne Health, Inc. (formerly VeeMed, Inc.)
Based in Roseville, CA, VeeOne Health is a global leader in the Virtual Care as-a-Service (VCaaS) space, focused on virtual technology, physician services, and operations. Founded in 2016, VeeOne Health has the most advanced telemedicine solutions for the entire continuum of care — from acute care settings to outpatient and remote patient monitoring. For more information about VeeOne Health’s vision for the future of telemedicine see http://veeonehealth.com/