The COVID-19 pandemic gave more impetus to the goal of maintaining the private practice as a vital part of the healthcare system.
Private practice providers tend to have greater flexibility and the ability to make their own decisions rather than the rigidity of working in a hospital.
An independent practice offers full autonomy and closer patient relationships as opposed to delivering service in a hospital setting.
Utilizing a patient portal in your practice can save time and reduce administrative tasks, while improving the quality of the patient visit.
By creating a balance of in-person and virtual patient visits, providers can find more time for their personal life while continuously meeting patient needs.
The COVID pandemic focused a spotlight on the need for increased remote care capabilities to maintain and sustain chronic patient health.
The emergence of telehealth services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic now shapes the way patients choose how and when they receive care.
Advances in remote care can help fill gaps in patient care, while alleviating the financial burdens associated with the costs of operating a medical office.
Telehealth, remote monitoring, and improved care at home tactics can improve health and reduce the time patients spend in the hospital for CCM.
Private practices need to get patients comfortable with remote care services and its benefits so it can thrive and remain independent.