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Telemedicine – Its Impact in Medical Practice

by: xilium | May 10, 2013 | Healthcare
Telemedicine is the latest trend in medical practice. The American Telemedicine Association defines it as the use of medical information exchanged from one site to another via electronic communications to improve a patient's clinical health status. Its increasing popularity is due to the accessibility of technology for doctors, medical virtual assistants, and patients. (more…)
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How to Manage a Virtual Assistant: 5 Tips for Outsourcing Beginners

by: Joven | September 11, 2012 | News and Tips
Outsourcing became a popular choice for business owners in the middle of the 90’s. It started with technology-driven firms and IT departments of companies in various industries. Now, both big and small companies take advantage of the benefits of outsourcing because of the savings on costs and skills virtual assistants can offer. With the coming…
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Medical Virtual Assistant: Your Modern-Day Medical Secretary

by: xilium | June 12, 2012 | Healthcare
Most of us are well-aware that medical practitioners are occupied with their work. They have a lot of responsibilities that sometimes they tend to forget other important appointments or tasks that they should have done. Some physicians have their own secretaries or assistants to help them manage their time. Lately, the advancement of the medical…
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How Virtual Medical Assistants Can Make a Difference in Your Practice

by: xilium | May 22, 2012 | VA Stories
Medical care is defined as seeking medical attention, diagnosing physical abnormalities, and receiving drug prescriptions. But medical care isn’t limited to this definition, as it also exists on a personal level by connecting with patients. This is why many medical practitioners hope to achieve a brand of “someone who cares”. Constant communication, beginning with a…