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Virtual Bedside Manner

As I’m building my own telemedicine company, it’s important that I master the virtual bedside manner. Well, maybe not master it, but I have to make sure that I’m getting across exactly what I aim to get across. I think most of your guys would agree that our bedside manner in the clinic can make […]

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How to Practice Telemedicine

So, you haven’t done any acute care or primary care shit for a while. Maybe you’re a subspecialist in Internal Medicine or an ER provider. Maybe you’re an NP or PA in some specialty. Now you’ve been recruited to practice telemedicine. The practice of telemedicine is easy and the risk is lower than traditional medicine. […]

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AMA Telemedicine Guide

The American Medical Association hasn’t necessarily been against virtual medicine, but they also haven’t really been a huge advocate for it, at least they haven’t put their weight behind any bills. Now, they have posted a rather comprehensive telemedicine guide on their website. And, as we know, once AMA puts opens their deep pockets, everything […]

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Pulse Telemedicine Software

What’s great about having your own blog where you don’t advertise anything is that you can say whatever you want and don’t have to answer to anyone. I have come across the Pulse telemedicine software a few times on Instagram and other places. So I thought I would talk about them after reaching out to […]

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Living The Telemedicine Lifestyle

The telemedicine lifestyle is wonderful because it allows me to manage patients without being in the clinic. Not all patients can be managed over an internet connection, some will need to go into the doctor. It will take time for patients to learn which service is appropriate for what condition. In the meantime the worried-well, those who need […]