Provide a great patient experience of in-home care and they’ll keep coming back to you. To do that, you need to think through the whole visit from the patient’s perspective. What would they like to know before the visit, what’s needed on the day, what happens afterwards?
Living with diabetes involves numerous health appointments. Busy patients may struggle to fit their care in alongside their professional and family responsibilities. That’s where telehealth comes in. It’s so much more convenient for patients. That means they’re more likely to attend and get the care they need. Consistent care also builds trust, meaning your patients are more likely to open up to you about their struggles. As a diabetes educator, you’re ideally placed to offer telehealth. Diabetes technology has advanced, meaning remote monitoring is not only possible but easy. Telehealth is a powerful way to provide ongoing diabetes care. Here’s why you should give it a try.
Here are 7 tips for a smooth-running, patient-friendly telehealth service for allied health professionals. There are a few important things to get right at the outset to ensure that your technology functions well and patient privacy is maintained. The good news is that once you’ve laid the groundwork, each appointment gets easier and easier. Soon, you’ll love telehealth as much as your patients do.
Home visits extend your reach to a large group of people who can’t get to your clinic or simply don’t want to. To ensure the visit works for you and your patient, you need to prepare properly. That includes gathering everything you’ll need for therapy, record-keeping and communication, as well as ensuring you’ve thought about your own safety and about how you’ll get paid. Here are our top 5 tips to help you run fabulous home visits
You’re about to experience the ease and convenience of a telehealth consultation. No more traffic jams, parking hassles and dead time in the waiting room. Therago enables you to access the skills of allied health professionals like physios, dieticians, psychologists and speech therapists from home. All you need is a smartphone, tablet or laptop. So, how do you get ready? Here are our top 10 tips.
Have you been meaning to set up an online booking system for your practice? It tends to be one of those tasks that’s important but never urgent. Because you’re busy, it never quite makes it to the top of your priority list. It should though. Setting up an online booking system helps your practice to grow and thrive.
Flexibility has become something of a buzzword recently. Maybe you’re doing yoga to have a more flexible body or challenging your thoughts to develop a more flexible mindset. Perhaps you’ve made use of a flexible payment plan for a recent purchase. Or maybe you’re looking for a job with more flexible hours.
You know there’s more to being an allied health professional than endless, inconveniently timed shifts in a roster created to suit someone else. You know that, with Therago, you’re a free agent, an allied health ninja. You set your own shifts. You’re in full control of your working hours and your earnings.
Hi, I’m George. I’m a junior doctor who plans to become a GP. I’m also the creator and founder of Therago, the new app that connects patients with allied health professionals. Here’s why I created Therago and why I hope you’ll join the movement for easier access to allied healthcare.