Why the “Great Resignation” is Driving Physicians to Explore Opportunities in Telemedicine

Why the “Great Resignation” is Driving Physicians to Explore Opportunities in Telemedicine

Telemedicine has been an invaluable asset for patients and physicians for years, and although not for everyone, telemedicine is an increasingly valuable option that can help doctors achieve their personal and professional aspirations. Without full schedules or long shifts, healthcare providers can also enjoy the flexibility and convenience that working virtually delivers while still practicing medicine and treating patients. There is no question that telemedicine effectively limits patient exposure to COVID-19, whether in place of traditional in-person visits or a means of performing initial evaluations in a hospital setting. Telemedicine alleviates many of the stressors that doctors face daily by managing the load of dealing with overcrowded waiting rooms and allowing providers to have more focused, meaningful interactions with their patients. Telemedicine helps alleviate these concerns because it allows providers to treat more patients in a more organized environment. Telemedicine doctors are also flexible enough to address patient concerns outside of regular business hours and outside of their own city. Even before the pandemic, telemedicine was changing the way hospitals and doctors delivered care, allowing them to utilize technology to deliver better options for patients.

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