With the rise of EHRs and telemedicine, e-consults have become more common, offering primary care physicians a formal way to get subspecialist input, especially in underserved areas.
From our primary care colleagues, who quickly pivoted to telemedicine at the outset and now are navigating the complexity of coordinating the outpatient care of this recent deluge of COVID-positive
And a sleep medicine expert who spoke at SLEEP 2020 in August discusses telemedicine and online delivery methods for cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.
2. Medical care doesn't necessarily need to be face-to-face. Last week I had my first telemedicine clinic. ... I had done telemedicine inpatient infectious diseases consults for small community hospitals in the past but never outpatient clinic.
Another story addresses telemedicine and palliative care in rural areas, while yet another details an initiative to stop the spread of superbugs by collaboration across health care facilities.
To tell you a little bit about me, I am a second-generation female physician, mother of two, and medical oncologist with expertise in women's cancers, integrative oncology, and telemedicine.
as well as continuing to care for patients with chronic illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, via both in-office visits and telemedicine.
Dr. Stanley, who has practiced telemedicine for the past two years with Virta, said his No. ... Dr. Wolver said that in the future, diabetes remission will be facilitated by telemedicine, an element she plans on adding to her own practice.
Q&As in this issue discuss some of them. Telemedicine expert and former ACP President Ana María López, MD, MPH, MACP, outlines how telehealth can be used to care for patients
If an E/M visit including telemedicine happens within seven days of the initiation of the online digital E/M service, you can add it on to the face-to-face