Davidge: Telehealth vital long past pandemic

Given what we have all just gone through, (and are continuing to go through) with the global pandemic, does the question about whether we should be using or supporting telehealth services really need answering? To think in terms of having in-person only or office visits right now is so “last year” (or the year before).

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12 Telehealth Use Cases

We’ve entered an age in which we can get anything online — including healthcare. Telehealth now makes it possible to provide and receive care from just about anywhere in the world, offering benefits such as increased safety, accessibility, convenience, and cost savings.

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What is Telehealth?

What Is Telehealth? Patients know what it is without being able to explicitly define it; providers get lost in a jumble of changing policies and interpretations that vary by governing body. Massively important to healthcare during the pandemic and beyond, telehealth is nevertheless difficult to understand. This guide will introduce…

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How ReferWell Added Telehealth Visits Into Its Virtually Integrated Network Platform With Bluestream

ReferWell creates a connected virtual referral process to optimize transitions of care. By connecting providers into Virtually Integrated Networks, ReferWell saves patients and healthcare networks alike time and money. However, ReferWell hit a massive obstacle in 2020, when telehealth became the new normal. The ReferWell platform was built with in-person…

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Good Virtual Care Experiences Look Like This

Health systems, hospitals, and clinics who provide positive virtual care experiences for their patients are poised to thrive in this new landscape of telemedical care. Providing high quality virtual care that is accessible to patients—regardless of their location, age, and technical proficiency—is not only possible, it’s expected. Patients expect their…

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Now, More Than Ever, Rural Communities Need Virtual Care

The CDC reports that rural Americans are more likely to die of five leading causes than urban Americans are. That’s 57 million Americans who are at greater risk of dying from heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, stroke, and unintentional injury such as overdoses and motor vehicle accidents. Rural Americans…

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