With the rise and expansion of telehealth services, more and more physicians are turning to digital appointments to stay connected with their patients.
Your organization should build video conferencing policies around best practices and select a vendor that adheres to a high level of security standards.
Telehealth is changing the way underserved communities in rural areas receive medical care by delivering health care through technology like computers and mobile phones. It helps diminish the barriers to care for people who live too far from specialists, people with limited mobility, or people who don’t have access to transportation.
Over the past decade, technology has made great contributions to healthcare by empowering physicians with better tools and patients with improved care. Telehealth technologies — digital health records, robotics, wearables, telehealth video conferencing, and smartphones — have enabled patients to receive an evaluation, diagnosis, and care remotely.
Clinicians who attend healthcare conferences do so for several reasons. They might attend for CME credit, which every clinician, physician or nurse, is required to complete to stay on top of new clinical procedures and best practices for patient care. They might attend for the opportunity to share with and learn from their peers who Read More