As technology has improved a robust selection of remote monitoring devices, supplies and consumables, as well as discrete personal devices and other products to enable individuals with physical challenges to remain mobile and active are now available. STARTEK has the expertise to provide the specialized support these devices require. Our technology partners, along with provider expertise, allows us to support everything from device distribution, patient monitoring, order/supply chain management, billing and claims, verification, tech support, data collection and management, sales and lead generation on an ongoing basis.
The depth of in-house knowledge in providing device and medical supply support services makes STARTEK the credible partner you can rely on.
We have a team of healthcare professionals, clinical specialists, customer care and technical support professionals ready to assist you.
STARTEK is a publicly traded U.S. company with onshore, near-shore and offshore locations ready to ramp quickly to meet your needs.
Registered nurses and clinical specialists on staff 24/7 for remote patient monitoring, intervention and other patient, member and provider services.
Since 1997, we have been providing healthcare patient support for healthcare providers and have a long history in providing customer service support.
Our clients tell us we are the partner that will take on the most critical projects, figure out their toughest problems, and work with them to improve how we do business.
We are experts in designing efficient workflows, reducing costs and increasing production.
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