Telehealth Resources

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The healthcare system in particular has seen much of this advancement, as new technologies each day are aimed at placing healthcare in the hands of more people than ever before. Doctors have most likely heard of the words, telemedicine and telehealth before but might not know the meaning or the difference. But today, these are words everyone ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
Here are some easy tips on how to increase your medical practice revenue.  ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
Are you wondering whether it’s time to fire your doctor? While many first-time, second-time, and even third-time patients wouldn’t have a problem dropping their doctor in a heartbeat if something seemed off, there are those who find the decision to switch healthcare providers an incredibly difficult one. Not only does it take time and effort ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
There’s no doubt telemedicine has brought myriad benefits to the healthcare industry, but it has also brought a need to hone a different set of interpersonal skills. While you may think your in-person bedside manner is no different from the way you interact and communicate with patients via video chat, the reality is there’s a ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
If you squirm at the thought of telling your online physician about the embarrassing health-related problems you’re experiencing, you’re certainly not the first person nor the last to do so. The critical downside to omitting information is that it can lead to serious medical conditions with dire consequences including death. ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
With today’s stressed out, I-don’t-have-time-to-exercise, all-you-can-eat lifestyles, it’s no wonder diabetes is on the rise. This life-long disease hinders your body’s ability to handle blood glucose (also called blood sugar), which can lead to a variety of complications including heart disease, high blood pressure, vision problems, depression, skin issues, and more.  ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
Since telemedicine activities should complement your standard practices and working methods rather than disrupt them, shoehorning this type of technology into your current operation without considering your workflow strategy first can lead to all sorts of disorder.  ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
The demand for telehealth-based care is increasing rapidly, which is why many healthcare providers are adopting telehealth technology as a way to gain market share, address the growing need for immediate access to care, and reduce the overall costs for their organizations and the patients they serve.  ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD
There’s no doubt that operating a home-based telehealth practice offers optimal freedom and flexibility.  However, cybersecurity threats are ever-growing and ever-evolving, which is why it’s crucial to take extra precautions where possible. ... Read More
  • by Dr. Sherri L. Dehaas
  • Family Medicine
  • MD