New legislation concerning telemedicine will soon provide new opportunities for physicians.
Patient care is the reason most physicians get into healthcare, but practices cannot stay open if they ignore the need to remain profitable.
As providers, it’s our job to identify and anticipate what patients need. But, in order to deliver the right care at the right time, we need to re-examine our processes and relationships not only with our patients, but also with one another.
The days of the traditional practice are greatly diminished.
Medicare’s new G2012 code for virtual check-ins may lead to cost savings. It could also cost patients money and potentially cost providers in patient satisfaction.
By using proven technology, physicians can help contain the spread of potentially dangerous viruses to vulnerable populations, while still seeing patients in a safe, timely, and convenient way.
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Since there are simply too few doctors in far too many rural communities across the country, telehealth can help physicians ensure targeted care for everyone.
The true value of telehealth doesn’t always reveal itself when we’re testing the waters, but rather when the waters test us.