This month Telehealth Tuesday included a lot of pragmatic advice for those running or leading telehealth.

We started with an overview of the 9 most common modalities of telehealth – beyond the video chat.

Next we covered a topic that many of our clients are struggling with: how to fully recreate the in-person care experience, including the collection of copays, forms and assessments.

In the third article we shifted our attention to the patient and how to improve the patient’s telehealth experience through Telehealth TechChecks, virtual care workflows and proactive change management.

With the majority of our clients being in the rural areas, the last article of the month provides ammunition for progressive leaders of rural healthcare organizations to make a business case for an investment into telehealth.

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.

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9 Ways to Deliver Extraordinary Care Virtually

Ingenium’s mission is to enable the delivery of extraordinary care. But what does extraordinary mean? And how does virtual care delivery fit into this? This article discusses 9 different virtual care modalities beyond the video chat.

Enabling Virtual Care: Forms, Appointments, and More

There is so much more to virtual care than just the video visit. There are forms and payment to be collected, appointments to be scheduled (and reminded of). Today’s dedicated telehealth point solutions can alleviate these challenges and help build patient engagement, too (these are true wonder drugs)!

Addressing Patients’ Top 3 Telehealth Pain Points

A new survey finds patients’ three pain points with telehealth: limited services, confusion about cost and confusion about technology requirements. In this article we describe three solutions to alleviate these pain points.

5 Reasons Why Telehealth is a Must for Rural Healthcare

Rural healthcare serves at least 20% of the US population. This article gives progressive rural healthcare leaders another way to optimize care delivery: by using telehealth as an excuse.