How to Master Telehealth Connectivity

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How to Master Telehealth Connectivity

Telehealth connectivity requires a frictionless experience to connect, access to technology with a solid internet connection, and much more. Connectivity is something every successful telehealth program can struggle with from time-to-time. Learn connectivity best practices, tips, tricks, and more, so your organization can master telemedicine and help as many patients as possible.

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Every Successful Telehealth Program Relies on Strong Connectivity. Is Your Organization Going To Master It?

There are many variables involved in connectivity from workflow, access to technology, bandwidth, devices, browsers, etc. At the end of this eBook you will be an expert in connectivity. Are you setting expectations with the patient prior to the visit? Do your clinicians have every detail accounted for to ensure a proper connection? How do users access technical support if needed? What is your plan B if something fails along the way? We are going to answer these questions and many more!

Friction to connect, poor connection speeds, and disconnects are some of the problems we will cover in this eBook. In order to master solutions, we must first understand the problems concerning connectivity.

In this section we are going to cover topics like setting expectations prior to a visit, benchmarks for a successful telemedicine program, important connection data to monitor connections, and more.

The provider’s connection is extremely important because it can impact all of their appointments. If a patient has a poor connection, it only affects that visit. In this section we will not only discuss provider connection recommendations, but we will also dive into workflows and other best practices.

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