Telemedicine Breaks Out Of Prisons to Widespread Use During Pandemic

 For Additional Information contact:     Dave Scott 770/354-7228 Remote care providing fast, efficient treatment ATLANTA (June 08, 2020) – Due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdown Americans are now taking advantage of telemedicine, an advanced form of medical care that was once a luxury commonly afforded to the most unlikely members of society – the U.S prison …

KaZee’s Telemedicine Support Services

As we enter the 21st century, Telemedicine is becoming a widely  acceptable alternative to in-person doctor visits.  Viewed as an effective and efficient method of providing timely, quality health services, public and private insurance payors are recognizing the value of care delivered through Telemedicine systems and are quickly adjusting their payment models to cover  Telemedicine …

A Message From KaZee’s Chairman and CEO

A Message from the Chairman and CEO KaZee is concerned about the safety and well-being of our staff, as well as, those of our Customers and business partners.  We are implementing measures to help minimize our exposure to infectious diseases in the short and long terms. KaZee has long been an advocate of having its …

Atlanta’s KaZee Turns To Small TN Bank For Cash Infusion to Fuel Rapid Growth

In just two weeks Memphis-based Paragon approved a million-dollar line of credit ATLANTA, GA (October 30, 2019) – In mid-2019 Atlanta-based KaZee, a minority-owned healthcare information technology company, experienced a massive growth spurt requiring a quick injection of capital to invest in additional employees, suppliers, equipment, and facilities. KaZee, a Tennessee company, turned to Memphis-based …

Increasing Safety Measures for the Treatment of Incarcerated Transgender Individuals

Author: Shijuade Kadree, Esq., MPH, Founder and Principal of Compass Strategies Consulting The ABCs of the LGBT Community There is an increasing prevalence and frequency of discourse about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, including discussion of the community’s basic needs and treatment, as well as ways to engage, serve, and affirm community …

THE OPIOID CRISIS

THE OPIOID CRISIS By: Margaret Kadree, MD Chief Medical Officer, Johnson Health Center The opioid crisis has risen to such proportions that it has had to be addressed at a national level. Historically, the overuse of opioids is not a novel situation, it can be traced back to prior to the American revolutionary war1. Opioids …

Bridging the Mental Health Care Gap in Prisons with Telepsychiatry

The problem is significant, long-standing, and well-recognized:  our jails and prisons are overcrowded with people with mental illness. Jails and prisons have replaced state psychiatric hospitals as the location where the largest number of people with mental illness reside. Jails in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago are now the three largest institutions providing psychiatric …

Illinois Department of Corrections and Juvenile Justice Signs an Electronic Health Records Contract with KaZee, Inc.

To help improve the mental and physical health of those persons its custody SPRINGFIELD, IL (June, 2019) The State of Illinois is taking action to streamline and improve the health and healthcare of those persons incarcerated in the State’s prisons and detention centers.  The State also intends to reign in the soaring costs of providing …

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