What does a day in the life of a telemedicine provider look like?
Over the last several years, working virtually has skyrocketed. It is estimated that 66 percent of American employees do their jobs remotely, at least part-time, with 36.2 million calculated to be working off-site by 2025.
3 reasons why telemedicine is gaining popularity among specialty practices
It is estimated that the global telehealth market is expected to reach USD 455.3 billion by 2030, proving that virtual healthcare is a rapidly growing industry.
What is next for telemedicine in 2023?
Telemedicine has played a considerable role in healthcare, especially during the last several years. How will virtual care evolve as we move into 2023 (and beyond)?
Is the future of virtual care a hybrid model?
As telemedicine expands, many practices are embracing a hybrid care model - bringing the patient and physician together virtually in a clinic or hospital setting with the assistance of an in-office provider. This combination provides access to specialized treatment that otherwise would be challenging to attain while providing better continuity of care.
A Message From Our President - November 2022
We try to share our gratitude daily with our associates, but as Thanksgiving is around the corner, I'm taking a slightly different approach and focusing on one of our teams. The outstanding work of our credentialing and privileging team helps us consistently get clinicians ready to work as promptly as possible. We are lucky and thankful to have them. So, for this month, I wanted to share "the why" reasons that they remain so committed to their work.