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Navigating telemedicine workflow challenges

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The vast majority of patients want telemedicine options, but properly implementing new software into your practice takes preparation. Learn how to do it strategically so that instead of disruptions, it actually brings improvements to your practice’s workflow.

This information-rich guide offers tips for implementing new telemedicine software into your practice. It can be an invaluable tool in your preparation, as we cover key topics and strategies on a successful telemedicine implementation such as staff and physician workflow as well as culture.


Topic: Telemedicine | Content Type: eGuide

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“Having complete, complex reports right at your fingertips is invaluable to your practice’s health–it’s charting waters to these uncertain business times.”

Ron Rosenberg, PA
Practice Management Resource Group

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“If you want to be focused on your practice and not worry about infrastructure, this is it. It’s transparent, just like when I plug something into the wall I’m not worried about what the voltage is and what’s the availability; it’s just there—like AdvancedMD. It does it so well sometimes you don’t appreciate it until you really think about it.”

Judy Feingold
Occupational Therapist

“Having integrated practice management and EHR is absolutely wonderful, you don’t have to flip back and forth between systems—all of your information is at hand when needed.”

Raju Raval, MD

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“[Our] patients are very well-educated and well-informed, and they want to see results quickly. The practice has to run extremely efficiently and be accessible to them. The nice thing about [AdvancedMD] is it has allowed me to be more efficient both in and out of the office. Now I don’t have to come back into the office, which is great for my family and everything else. It saves me a lot of time – probably an hour a day on the three days I work in the second office.”

Keith Berkowitz, MD
Center for Balanced Health

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