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Awards

Striving to always be the best in customizing, coordinating, and delivering quality telehealth solutions is what we are all about. We are honored that others see this in us as well. We invite you to take a moment and read about the awards our company and team have won.

missourianMissourian Award for Telehealth

Taking Missouri’s telehealth program where no other Missouri company has gone.

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NAHC Financial Managers Conference

2011 San Diego CA – The National Association for Home Care & Hospice’s Financial Managers Conference, Karen Thomas represented telehealth in a panel of experts.

Proclamation from Missouri Governor Matt Blunt

In November, 2006, Karen Thomas, Oxford President, received a proclamation from Governor Matt Blunt recognizing her Outstanding Contributions to the Community. Oxford’s innovative use of technology provides increased access to care and has helped lower healthcare costs for Missouri citizens.

  • Commendation from Governor Matt Blunt 2007
  • Governor’s Proclamation 2006/2007
  • Missouri Senate Resolution 2006/2007
  • Missouri House Resolution 2006/2007

Karen Thomas Represents Advanced Telehealth Nationwide

  • Home Care Technology Association Board Member
  • Private Duty Home Care Association Board Member
  • National Association of Home Care speaker
  • Board/Executive Board Member and Chair of the technology committee
  • Decision Health webinars speaker
  • Remington Report speaker and contributing author
  • HealthCare Unbound Meetings on HealthCare Technology
  • Highlighted in Caring Magazine

Home Telehealth: Connecting Care Within the Community

Missouri Medicaid Telemonitoring Program

In 2004, working with limited funds, ATHS (OxfordHealthCare) partnered with the state of Missouri to reduce healthcare costs. Using technology, the continuing program is able to reduce hospitalizations, ER visits and unscheduled physician visits by more than 50% and provide individuals with chronic conditions a better quality of life.

Chronic Heart Failure Study White Paper

Chronic Heart Failure Study White Paper

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ATHS Corporate Solutions Overview

ATHS Corporate Solutions Overview

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Patient Follow-Up Study White Paper

Patient Follow-Up Study White Paper

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The numbers from Advanced TeleHealth Solutions shows significant reductions in emergency room visits and re-hospitalizations, particularly for high-dollar patients.
Dr. Roy W. Holand
I don’t go to the hospital now because I’m able to check my vitals daily and I’m not afraid. I could barely function before, and now I feel safe. The staff is never in a hurry, never too busy for me. It’s a comfort to know that they are watching out for me. It’s like having a whole bunch of friends around all the time.
Vickie Stark
Telemonitoring has been very helpful. In the past, anytime a patient had a problem with blood pressure or a medicine had to be changed, it was very difficult to monitor, and many times we had to bring the patient back to the clinic or we had a nurse go check their blood pressure. Since telemonitoring, it’s really been very convenient, especially for the patients.
Dr. Ovais Zubair
By carefully monitoring the patient several times a day, Advanced TeleHealth Solutions could tell when it was time to make a home visit and administer care. As a result, the patient was much more comfortable and the home visits saved a trip to the hospital. With the budget crisis in the state of Missouri involving Medicaid state management, telemonitoring is such an inexpensive alternative to multiple trips to the emergency room or doctor’s office.
Jan Pelkey