Updating IT Policies for Working from Home Users

Updating IT Policies for Working from Home Users

About half of American workers have been forced to work from home by Covid-19, and it appears the shift may become the new norm. In April, nearly one in five CFOs surveyed by the Brookings Institution planned to keep at least 20 percent of their workforce working remotely. And while there are some advantages to […]

Gaining and Retaining New and Current Patients

Gaining and Retaining New and Current Patients

Gaining and Retaining New and Current Patients through your Practice Website during the Pandemic The importance of a having well-designed medical website and creating an online presence is crucial to your medical practice now more than ever, regardless of how the pandemic affects your marketing outcomes. You don’t want to risk deterring new and current […]

Deregulation Sparks Dramatic Telehealth Increase

Deregulation Sparks Dramatic Telehealth Increase

Deregulation Sparks Dramatic Telehealth Increase During the COVID-19 Response Encouraging private-sector solutions through targeted deregulation and public-private partnerships are a critical part of the Trump Administration’s COVID-19 response. This approach has successfully expanded testing development, healthcare capacity, and the use of telehealth. Telehealth has grown as the United States continues responding to COVID-19’s challenges, leading […]

Medical Practice Survival Guide

Survival Guide for your Practice

Remote Workplace, Telemedicine, and Virtual Consults On March 19, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) issued mandatory health orders to medical practices statewide to delay all elective medical and dental procedures until April 6th. On March 28, the order was amended such that non-emergency procedures are postponed further notice. Under these guidelines, Medical and […]