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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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Top 5 Telehealth Trends for 2021

Telehealth became a lifeline to hospitals and clinics in 2020. Physicians needed new ways to provide the same quality of care for patients while minimizing the chance of spreading COVID-19. And patients who had become used to remote everything expected the same kind of remote access to healthcare. Some of…

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Telehealth for Seniors: Benefits & Best Practices

It’s a myth that seniors aren’t interested in technology or that they don’t want to find new ways to stay connected. Seniors video chat with grandkids, they use smart appliances in their homes, and they wear smart, wearable devices. In fact, many new smart devices have been directly marketed toward…

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How to Choose the Best Telehealth Solution: Comparing and Contrasting Popular Video Conferencing Apps for Telehealth

Because telehealth and virtual care are so different from video conference calls, it’s important to know what kind of expectations you should have for a robust telehealth platform. (Not sure if your clinic is ready to move to a telehealth platform? Here are the top ten signs your clinic has outgrown your virtual care solution.)

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10 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Virtual Care Solutions

While virtual care solutions have been slowly gaining acceptance over the last few years, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many practices and health systems to quickly adopt emergency telehealth solutions to meet the basic needs of providers and patients. Many turned to cheap teleconferencing software like Zoom, FaceTime, and Skype to…

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COVID-19 General Guidance

Newly released studies suggest around 80% of COVID-19 patients have experienced mild illness (1). In order to limit exposure of healthcare professionals to coronavirus and help reduce the community spread of COVID-19 in the United States the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended alternatives to face-to-face interactions…

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