Medicus IT Knowledge Base
Now that the worst of the health crisis is hopefully behind us, practices are working to resume and ramp up services. But planning a return to a busy in-person patient schedule once the pandemic surge has passed in your community is uncharted territory.
COVID-19 has brought fear and uncertainty into our communities and left many medical practices questioning what they should expect in the months ahead.
As states continue working toward how and when to safely relax coronavirus-related restrictions, medical groups, ambulatory surgery centers, and other providers that have ceased or greatly reduced their operations during the coronavirus pandemic are preparing to resume or expand them.
Federal and private payers are encouraging providers to use telehealth and remote technologies for the provision of services to beneficiaries. Learn more by watching our webinar.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth offers medical practices the ability to continue caring for their patients, both those with and those without COVID-19.