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Tips for navigating telemedicine in 2019

5 Tips for Adopting Telemedicine Into Your PracticeConsidering all the New Year’s resolutions you could make, what have you thought about patients? Have you been asked yet about telemedicine? If you are like most practices, you are probably getting requests for telemedicine, or video-based virtual patient visits.

That should not come as a surprise. Telemedicine is just one of many online patient engagement services that is gaining tremendous popularity and demand. 2019 is the year of online patient self-help and self-service to compliment and supplement your medical care.

To aid in your educational quest, we created a brief, but information-rich eGuide (downloadable PDF format) to give you guidance about implementing new telemedicine software into your practice. This guide will 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. (Change is good, right?)

The eGuide is free to download and you’ll get it in less than 5-seconds. Get your free copy ofTelemedicine: Successfully Navigating Workflow Challenges here.

 

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Topic: Telemedicine | Content Type: Blog Articles

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