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Heroes of the Heroes: Battling COVID in Style

Serving in the frontlines in the COVID-19 pandemic is a daunting task, more so when there’s a serious depletion of personal protective equipment or PPE. One of the challenges many countries face, including the Philippines, is the hoarding and overpricing of PPEs and...

Improving Home Office Network for Telemedicine

A stable internet connection is a fundamental requirement when working from home. Home office networks need to be reliable for telemedicine sessions. Here are some proactive steps to minimize interruptions during your patient encounters. Check on the Modem Upgrade...

How to Deliver a Successful Telemedicine Session

Technology allows for more accessible and convenient healthcare delivery through telemedicine. Thanks to videoconferencing, office consultations may now be done at home. However, practitioners should create an environment where patients can feel accommodated and cared...

Prepare Your Patients for Telemedicine

Right now we are approaching the expected apex of the COVID-19 infection rate. On average half of in-office patients are being cancelled because they are non-urgent care. 1US doctors switching to telemedicine appointments during the COVID-19 epidemic are being...

The New Protocols for Non-Urgent Healthcare

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare clinics remain operational to support and ensure patients’ well-being. To maintain the safety of the patients, staff, and medical professionals, new protocols have been enacted but are constantly evolving according to...