- Let's start with the term "webside manner." What does it mean to you?
- — Chiron Health (@chironhealth)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:08:48
- — Josephine Borrillo (@70mq)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:06:03A1: similar to bedside manners but done via web #KareoChat https://twitter.com/GoKareo/status/796760590719062020 …
- — Joe Lavelle (@Resultant)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:08:36A1: To me, it indicates an entirely different process developed for the virtual visit, at least that would be a best practice #KareoChat
- — ShereeseM, MS/MBA (@ShereesePubHlth)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:11:19A1 Webside manner to me is the telemed provider's ability to personalize the patient's experience & encourage engagement #KareoChat
- — Joe Lavelle (@Resultant)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:11:34A1: When "tele" first came to radiology, practices tried to use their analog processes at 1st <- didn't work, need new processes #KareoChat
- What type of appointments work best when utilizing telemedicine?
- — ShereeseM, MS/MBA (@ShereesePubHlth)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:19:11
- — Melissa VanHouten (@melissarvh)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:17:23
- — Chiron Health (@chironhealth)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:20:46@melissarvh We see chronic disease management appointments often. More here: http://chironhealth.com/blog/which-types-of-visits-are-perfect-for-virtual-care/ … #KareoChat
- — S. Turner Dean (@Turbodean)Thu, Nov 10 2016 17:18:34T2: These 3 for sure; chronic care mgmt, minor dermatological and routine appointment follow up (especially rural) #KareoChat
Webside Manner in the Modern Practice
How can a provider best develop a caring relationship over the internet during a telemedicine encounter? Today, our #KareoChat host Chiron Health led our discussion surrounding how providers can ensure the right “webside” manner when using telemedicine. Check out our recap below!