Recording artists are known to have very aggressive travel schedules – often playing in a new city every night to the delight of their fans. The constant setup, breakdown, rehearsals, performances and nightly bus travel can certainly take a toll on the artists and their crew – and getting sick is the last thing they have time for.
Salus Telehealth has partnered with Dreamcatcher Artist Management to provide touring recording artists, including rising country star Mo Pitney, with access to their personal physicians via Salus’ VideoMedicine platform anytime and anywhere. Pitney is the first artist represented by Dreamcatcher to have specialized telehealth cameras from Salus installed on his tour bus. The videoconferencing cameras are available to everyone in his band and support crew, enabling them to see their personal physicians at any time during their tour across the U.S. and Europe.
“Recording artists have no time to get sick when they are on a busy tour schedule – VideoMedicine helps them proactively manage their health without skipping a beat,” says Paula Guy, CEO of Salus Telehealth. “Now that the telehealth cameras are installed on Mo Pitney’s tour bus, it’s as if his personal physician and those of his crew are all travelling alongside them.”
Find the full press release about the partnership here.
To access VideoMedicine’s network of healthcare providers anytime, anywhere from your phone, tablet or computer, visit www.videomedicine.com or simply download the app from iTunes or Google Play. Physicians interested in joining the VideoMedicine platform can learn more and register here.