We must learn from the pandemic and use it as a guide for new healthcare models — one that includes greater implementation of technology for remote consultations.
Through technology, hospitals now no longer need struggle to access specialist emergency physicians to provide round-the-clock, quality emergency care.
Flexibility within emergency telemedicine allows female emergency physicians to balance purpose with passion and invest deeply in areas of their life outside the emergency department.
Australian emergency telemedicine company, My Emergency Doctor, has been announced as one of Australia and New Zealand's Most Innovative Companies of 2020.
A smartphone app is now available to help Australian doctors diagnose common respiratory diseases remotely.
While telehealth consultations are unlikely to fully replace face-to-face care, they do have an integral part to play in increasing access to health services post COVID-19.
Spinal Cord Injuries Australia approached telehealth service GPNow about rapidly migrating its NeuroMoves program online.
How remote consultations are working for the better for some healthcare businesses.
With the right technology, medical services like appointments and student learning can be completed digitally.
COVID-19 has demonstrated that different models of care have a place in how we manage patients.
From virtual hospitals to video calls with GPs, innovations in telehealth are transforming the industry and pointing the way forward post-pandemic.
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Changing business models and methods of care can be a daunting task, as healthcare providers seek to find the software and tools that support their business.
With COVID-19 raging across the world, phone-based health services are proving to be vital in supporting consistency and confidence in the provision of health services.
Temporary MBS items are allowing doctors, nurses and mental health professionals to deliver services via telehealth during the COVID-19 crisis.