Sara Bergmanson of TMLT's Marketing Department joins host Anthony Passalacqua to explore tips and tricks to help you optimize your virtual office for telehealth visits with patients. Specific topics include camera placement, lighting, and mannerisms to maximize your patients' experience during virtual appointments. This is a valuable podcast for anyone using online platforms to connect with patients, colleagues, family, or friends. Time: 21:27 minutes
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Updated May 11 — Issues include encouraging social distancing and screening patients for symptoms.
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Best practices to communicate with patients and families during COVID-19.
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TMB urges caution around questionable COVID-19 treatments
Governor relaxes rules for supervising PAs and APRNs
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TMB issues guidance "to help patients and licensees navigate providing care as much as possible."
Answers to your questions about COVID-19 and medical liability.