This spring #TelehealthTuesday focused on some of the practical mechanics of delivering telehealth.
We started the month of April 2021 with dusting off the topic of Hybrid Care: how can you successfully deliver care at a distance AND in person? What do you need to consider from a clinician and from a patient perspective?
The last two articles started a 3-part article on the intricacies and the benefits of webside manners: the behaviors of clinicians when delivering care at distance (“over the web”).
Our fourth article covered how Covid-19 changed the perception and use of telehealth by looking back, down, and forward.
Enjoy your readings!
P.S.: If there’s a telehealth topic you’d like me to cover in my weekly articles send me a quick email.
Hybrid Care 2021: The Best of Both Worlds
Most healthcare leaders are realizing that telehealth is here to stay, as a viable alternative to in-person care. Read about our updated guidance on optimizing Hybrid Care delivery in 2021.
Telehealth & Covid-19: Past, Present & Future
From Spring 2020 to Spring 2021 we definitely have seen a lot of change in the healthcare profession and patients’ understanding and view of telehealth. In this article I’m looking back, down, and forward.
The 10-fold Return on Mastering Webside Manners (Part 1)
In my assessment one of the most egregious shortcomings of healthcare’s heads-on launch into telehealth was to not provide clinicians with adequate insights into the best practices for telehealth. Presumably because actually very few people knew.
The 10-fold Return on Mastering Webside Manners (Part 2)
In this 2nd part on my series on webside manners, I explore seven more tips on making sure that clinicians come across as professional and how to ensure that patients are as much engaged as possible.