In September we started the month with a first article in my new series of “blasphemous telehealth secrets”. The first “secret” that I divulged was about physicians being very uncomfortable on camera (and examined the root cause behind it).

The following week, I focused on a topic that is very dear to my heart because these days 80% of our clients are rural: the role of telehealth in the future of rural health.

The third article talked about the multiple facets of telehealth that bring out telehealth’s brilliance.

Wrapping up the month was the second article in the “blasphemous telehealth secrets” series focusing on why using Best Practices is NOT a best practice.

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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Why Physicians Don’t Like Being on Camera

In this first venture into Blasphemous Telehealth Secrets, I unraveled the potential root cause behind many physicians’ dislike of video visits: They’ve simply not been introduced to the proper “webside manners”!

The Role of Telehealth in the Future of Rural Health

Many indicators are pointing to a highly uncertain future for Rural Health. Medical staff are leaving the profession. Health deserts are expanding. Can a greenfield approach fueled by telehealth solve the rural health crisis?

The Diamond of Telehealth Awareness

Did you know that a stereotypical diamond has 58 facets? That’s why it’s so brilliant! The same applies to telehealth. The more facets of telehealth you can leverage, the more brilliant your telehealth program will be.

Best Practices are not the Solution for Telehealth Success

In our series of Blasphemous Telehealth Secrets I am exploring in this article the tempting fallacy of seeking Best Practices to help to achieve telehealth success. But the magic pill for success is actually something completely different.