Tuesday, June 16, 2020

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The TrueTeleHealth Expert Picks for the week ending June 21st

In this segment, we bring you articles, news, and updates carefully chosen by our in-house medical experts.

Across the nation, in Arkansas, The Northwest Arkansas Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit is now offering free support group for our frontline healthcare workers dealing with COVID-19, through telehealth https://www.nwahomepage.com/news/new-telehealth-support-group-for-healthcare-workers/

The threat from COVID-19 has forced physicians, like many other businesses, to find new ways to operate. Check out this On-demand Webinar by Dermatology Times  on "Telehealth: A tool for the moment or the new normal?" which caters to 

  • Current guidance on the use of teledermatology.
  • Methods for delivering teledermatology and how to set up an ideal workflow.
  • How reimbursements are working.
  • How to comply with teledermatology regulations.
Digital and communication technologies have revolutionized the delivery of healthcare services. 
Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said that expanded access to telemedicine should continue after the coronavirus pandemic recedes and that officials are examining ways to act without waiting for legislation from Congress.

Telehealth is set to change the future of healthcare and remove many of the obstacles and challenges that the industry and patients currently face. This excellent infographic about TeleHealth created by Maryville University is the perfect way to end this week's Expert picks.

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