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Telemedicine responded to a panic situation and now people are returning to greater in-person visits. I agree with the writer here, “it requires careful consideration of which clinical circumstances should command in-person attention and which cases can be handled just as effectively — and perhaps more conveniently — with a virtual visit“.

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It’s likely that telemedicine was done haphazardly because of haste and inexperience.

If you take the time to integrate the evaluation of visit types into normal scheduling and practice operations, you can create a better care process for your patients.

I think there may also be a bit of a problem with patients and tech. So a pitch here for our own TVP service.

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Don Wickelgren
Don Wicklegren is Xilium's founder. He is a technologist by profession who started his career pre-internet in remote medical technology and learning. He has worked in both small and large corporations with world-wide remote staff and became a part of the team who developed the first commercial internet. As an entrepreneur, he started his first technology company in 2001. In Xilium, he focuses on innovating solutions for the US healthcare system.
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