Ongoing lockdowns and COVID-19 restrictions have placed greater stress on our mental health, but the long-term implications remain somewhat of a mystery. The positive news is that more Aussies are willing to seek help, and in the digitally advanced world we live in now, there are many options out there.
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You are up and running telehealth consultations, but how do you attract clients to your new service? Marketing your telehealth practice can be challenging so we have put together a guide on the ins and outs on how to market your telehealth practice.
Coviu CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Silvia Pfeiffer went live on LinkedIn to discuss transitioning to telehealth!
General Practitioner, Dr. Andrew Baird has described practicing during the COVID-19 pandemic as “challenging, exciting, interesting, depressing, upsetting and fraught – all of those things together”. But his experience in shifting towards a telehealth practice has highlighted how video consultations can often be just as effective as in-person consults – if not more.
Coviu CEO and Co-Founder, Dr Silvia Pfeiffer went live on LinkedIn to discuss Industry Trends in Digital Healthcare.
The healthcare industry is constantly evolving. More so than ever in the past year, where we saw a massive industry shift from in-person care to virtual care delivered via telehealth due to the worldwide pandemic. A shift that forced us to rely on a digital led society showing us that we are able to live in a blended digital and physical world.
Recently released article on Hospital and Healthcare, Dr Andrew Baird and Coviu CEO, Dr Silvia Pfeiffer delve into how training and technology must evolve to equip the healthcare practitioners of today and tomorrow with the skills and knowledge they need to support patients in our digitised world.
Traditional healthcare delivery models changed virtually overnight in the wake of the pandemic. With strict social distancing rules and the introduction of universal MBS telehealth items, practices across all disciplines were left no choice but to embrace telehealth.
Jayne Lehmann (with daughter, Sarah)