6 Ways To Make Telehealth More Approachable for Your Patients

Many patients and providers likely experienced their first telehealth appointment during the pandemic. According to the CDC, telehealth visits in the last week of March 2020 were 154% higher than the same period in 2019. While many patients gave the service rave reviews, others either were hesitant to have

Medical Wearables and Security for Your Patients

Ever since FitBit launched in 2007 and became one of the first consumer-marketed health tech tools, millions of people have strapped on wearable devices to track their personal fitness goals. In fact, 21% of U.S. adults regularly wear a smartwatch or fitness tracker, according to the Pew Research Center.While

Should You Upgrade Your Patient Billing Software?

The right medical billing software is an asset to your practice and improves your operational efficiency. It makes sure you get paid what you’re due as promptly as possible, whether it comes directly from your patients or from their insurance companies. It can also reduce the time it takes

Teleconferencing 101 for Telehealth Providers

Telemedicine is an increasingly important part of patient care. Both now and into the future, telehealth services, whether video consultations with patients or conference calls with specialists, are something that doctors and other healthcare professionals need to be capable of delivering professionally. Here’s how to make sure you’re set

How Secure Are Patient Portals?

Patient portals are a great way to give your patients access to their Electronic Health Records (EHRs). They’re also convenient for streamlining requests for prescription refills, scheduling appointments and communicating.However, patient portals can also be a big security risk. If someone gets unauthorized access, they’ll be able to see

5 Ideas for Social Media Marketing for Healthcare Providers

The internet is an incredible resource for health information. Google fields more than a billion health-related searches a day, while 90% of baby boomers have used sites like Facebook and Twitter to find or share health information. It’s safe to say that if you’re a healthcare provider, it's a