5 Steps to Set Up a Physician Group Telehealth Practice
Prior to the pandemic, physician groups were notorious for dragging their feet towards the telehealth train, and often, for understandable reasons. Lack of reimbursement, fear of new technology, uncertainty of patient adoption, workflow changes, etc., all contributed to physicians not being eager to jump on board.
Now, there is much more data and readily available use cases showing telehealth works and is a way to increase revenue for physician groups.
It is essential that your staff (physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, RNs, medical assistants, etc.), are bought into using telehealth for patient care. Make sure that they understand how telehealth and RPM will be used by your practice and, more importantly, how it is going to positively affect their day-to-day workload.
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