As Cole Eye Institute resumes regular appointments after the COVID-19 shutdown, virtual visits, hybrid visits and expedited appointments will protect patients and caregivers.
Clinicians need new skills to develop patient relationships during virtual visits. Digital health communication guidelines are now available.
Virtual visits provide comfort and reassurance for patients and families during COVID-19 ‘no visitor’ restrictions. Learn how nurses are using shared iPads to help patients connect with family members.
New practices prompted by the pandemic promise to enhance mental health care offerings to patients and healthcare providers in ways that will endure after the crisis ends.
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Some practice adaptations developed during this pandemic will persist into a future of colorectal surgery that is more efficient and sensitive to patient preference.
Seeing patients in person is still the gold standard, but during COVID-19 social distancing, ophthalmologists can do a great deal through telemedicine.
Prompted by the pandemic, the Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute transitioned outpatient visits to telemedicine in a matter of days. In this article, institute leadership discusses the transition and what their practice might look like after COVID-19.
The changing healthcare landscape has been presenting opportunities for new roles in the nursing profession. Earlier this year, CQD talked to ACNOs Meredith Foxx and Kristine Adams to get their insight on emerging roles in the primary care setting. This article provides overall changes as well updates since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
A pain management specialist talks about guiding patients in doing a virtual exam and the complexities of determining when a pain procedure is elective or necessary.
Our Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis has been promoting wellness practices and stress management for years. As patient needs spike during the pandemic, virtual visits are ensuring continuity of care.