The BCBS system is a telehealth program that provides a single-payer system of telehealth and is funded by BCBS to the tune of $2.8 billion annually.
The BCS system provides telehealth services across the province, including primary care, primary care specialists, physician offices, health care services, social assistance, and a wide range of other services.
While the system is currently in its infancy, the BCSS has been successful in providing access to primary care services in a timely manner and in a way that ensures the quality of care for BC residents.
BCBS has been expanding its telehealth network across the country, with plans to expand the system to additional jurisdictions, including the US, in 2018.
The BCBS is funded through BCBS’s primary care and health care trust funds.
BCSS provides access to telehealth to the BC public through a variety of means, including direct funding through provincial health programs, by way of public funds, through BCS’s own primary care program, or through the BC Health Care Trust.
In addition, BCBS offers telehealth access to the private health care sector through its own telehealth trust, the Health Care Practitioners’ Health Services Trust (HCSS).
BCBS also offers telemedical services to BC residents through the B.C. Telehealth Partnership (BTSP).
The BCSS also offers primary care telehealth by way