New milestone: Cloudbreak Health provides over one million minutes of telemedicine per month

Cloudbreak Health, LLC, a leading unified telemedicine provider, announced it is now providing more than one million minutes per month of telehealth services nationwide.

From telepsychiatry, telestroke, tele-ICU, telesitting and other specialties to integrated language services for Limited English Proficient and Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing patients, Cloudbreak's innovative, secure platform removes both distance and language barriers to improve patient care, satisfaction and outcomes.

"The Cloudbreak platform was designed to allow providers to connect, communicate and care for patients wherever they are located and in the language they speak," said Jamey Edwards, CEO of Cloudbreak Health. "Telemedicine isn't just the future of healthcare, it's happening now and addresses a number of healthcare challenges from disparity in access to quality healthcare to language barriers and physician shortages. Our on-demand telehealth platform simplifies getting critical resources to where they are needed, at the push of a button."

According to the American Telemedicine Association, over half of all U.S. hospitals currently offer telemedicine services, ranging from virtual physician to physician consultations to mobile visits between patients and their providers to helping keep patients out of emergency rooms in non-critical situations and a myriad of other digital health use cases. The rapidly growing healthcare segment serves millions of patients worldwide.

Cloudbreak offers a simple, flexible and cost-effective platform for hospitals and health providers to access a full suite of private-label interoperable telehealth solutions on iOS, PC and Android devices. Additional details on Cloudbreak's technology can be found at


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