CloudVisit Telemedicine Blog: Talk Telemedicine


Welcome to Talk Telemedicine! CloudVisit constantly finds itself answering general questions about telemedicine asked by both provider clients, as well as their patients. This blog is intended as a one-stop resource for telemedicine information and a discussion for those who are interested in the growth of technology in healthcare.


Latest Posts

Pending 2016 Telemedicine Legislation
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We talked about 2016 telemedicine predictions, but what’s already in-progress for telemedicine around the US? Read More

I’m not a psychiatrist. Is telemedicine for me?
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This is a question that we get pretty often. The answer is – of course! In this blog post, we discuss the benefits of telemedicine in a family practice. Read More

2016 Telemedicine Predictions
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The new year is approaching! What is in store for telemedicine in 2016? Read More

Traveling for the Holidays?
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Many of us travel during the holidays. How can telemedicine make us feel more at-ease? Read More

5 Healthcare Problems Solved by Telemedicine
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Telemedicine expands provider accessibility and improves healthcare quality. In this blog, we discuss the top 5 problems telemedicine solves. Read More

5 Benefits to White-Labeling Your Telemedicine Service
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Why is white-labeling a telemedicine login page a big bonus when it comes to patient engagement? Read More

Telemedicine in Surgery?
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Surely, surgery cannot be performed via telemedicine; but, how can telemedicine aid your surgical practice? Read More

Patients: 10 Reasons Why You Should Start Using Telemedicine
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Last week, we covered why telemedicine is beneficial for providers. So, what’s in it for patients? Read More

10 Reasons Why You Should Start Using Telemedicine – For Providers
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Leveraging Technology for Pediatric Healthcare
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Can telemedicine create a significant impact on pediatric healthcare? Read More

Emergency Room Telemedicine
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Is telemedicine beginning to take place of in-person doctors in emergency rooms? Not exactly, but here’s how the modern software can help. Read More

Patients: 10 Reasons Why You Should Start Using Telemedicine
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Last week we talked about why providers should use telemedicine — so, what’s in it for patients? Read More

Telemedicine ROI: It’s What You Make of It
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It’s pretty simple: if you use your new telemedicine software, you will see a fast return on investment. But, this means you must embrace the change. Read More

Yes, CloudVisit is HIPAA-Compliant; Now, What Does That Mean?
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One of the first questions potential clients ask us is, “Is CloudVisit HIPAA-compliant?” The answer is yes. The real question is, does everyone know exactly what that means? Why shouldn’t Skype be used for healthcare appointments (as we’d addressed in this “Skip Skype” blog post)? After reading this blog post, we can all roll our eyes and say we’ve known all along. Read More

Telemedicine: What Do Patients Think?
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We write a lot about how telemedicine fits in with providers, specialties facilities… But what do patients think about seeing doctors virtually? Read More

Telemedicine for Chronic Condition Management
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50% of US adults have one or more chronic health conditions, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s time to leverage technology to benefit the population. Read More

Skip Skype!
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A hot topic! Here at CloudVisit, we cringe at medical professionals mentioning that they sometimes use Skype for patient consultations. Read More

Telemedicine Should Not Scream “Change!”
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Does telemedicine change your practice? Read More

Ambulatory Telemedicine: A Life-Saving Technology
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Telemedicine is certainly a modern-day convenience; but, can it save lives? Read More

Obstetric Telemedicine
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Let’s face it: as beautiful as it is, pregnancy can be stressful – especially for first-time mommies! Every hiccup becomes a concern, and peace of mind becomes priority. Telemedicine can make pregnancy easier, allowing for convenient accessibility. Read More

Telepsychiatry: a Modern Hero in Child and Adolescent Mental Health?
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Millennials are very familiar with technology, making them ideal patients for telepsychiatry. Read More

Busting Telemedicine Myths!
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Today, we’re busting telemedicine myths. We’ve heard it all and are finally speaking up. Read More

Specialist Shortages & How Telemedicine Helps
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From the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA): by 2020, non-primary care specialties will face a shortage of 62,400 doctors. General surgery, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery are expected to see the biggest changes. Others include urology, psychiatry and radiology. Read More

School & University Telemedicine
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Telemedicine offers students quality healthcare and reduces regular activity interruptions. Read More

Correctional Facility Telemedicine
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CloudVisit has personal experience with correctional facility telemedicine. The setup is ideal for psychiatry and counseling – better continuity of care to prevent a destructive mental health state. Read More

Limited Mobility Patients: Getting Back Independence
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Telemedicine has proved to be a service of convenience. But, what if telemedicine provides not only convenience, but independence? Read More

Ensure Program Commitment with Telemedicine
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Treatment programs are common in several specialties – but, for the sake of this blog post’s length, let’s focus on substance abuse and physical therapy treatment programs. Read More

How Can Telemedicine Be Used To Market Your Practice?
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Yes, telemedicine will urge your practice to alter its regular routines. At CloudVisit, we say that your practice will only change as much as you will allow it to. But, change, in this case, can be an excellent thing. If you don’t welcome it, you can’t expect to collect ROI. Read More

CloudVisit Telemedicine: Who Are We?
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Welcome to Talk Telemedicine! So, what is CloudVisit; what sets us apart from others in the telemedicine industry; and why should you listen to what we have to say?

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Telemedicine: Evolving Accessibility and Continuity of Care
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Our first official post on Talk Telemedicine! Welcome and enjoy! Read More