As telehealth becomes increasingly prevalent at healthcare facilities across the country, physicians are faced with the challenge of delivering telehealth services in a way that’s both effective and comforting for patients.
COVID-19 had a significant impact on the healthcare system, and as a result the concept of telemedicine has become a primary form of patient care around the world for many scenarios.
Are you a interested in expanding your telemedicine program this year? Telemedicine is quickly becoming a mainstream form of practice for many healthcare professionals and facilities.
Although telehealth has been around for a while, the coronavirus pandemic has rapidly accelerated its adoption by facilities, insurers, providers, and patients alike.
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing the healthcare landscape to shift its practices dramatically, it’s fair to say that telemedicine has exploded and will continue to gain traction across the country in the months to come.
Is your healthcare facility currently undergoing major changes? With the growing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the healthcare system at large, it’s become essential that facilities of all types implement alternative ways of treating patients that are both safe and cost-effective.