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Your repository for trusted and up-to-date information on COVID-19 issues, including HIPAA concerns and how to discuss with patients.
Telemedicine has become an integral part of practice during this pandemic. But the question arises: How should you get patient consent and is it even necessary?
We became a PPP lender to help DCs in need.
Wearing PPE is paramount - but it's also important to know how to properly put it on (don) and take it off (doff) to reduce contamination.
Telehealth may be new to your patient. Do your best to reduce your assumptions and make them feel at ease.
Wondering what to say when you prescreen patients for appointments as you reopen your practice? Use this checklist.
As state regulations are being lifted with regard to returning to practice, it is important to be familiar with the different types of Personal Protective Equipment and its place in your practice.
“It depends” can be a frustrating phrase when you're looking for a concrete answer about risk management in your practice. But there's a reason these two words are so popular with lawyers.
If you have to treat a patient without access to records, here's how to best document all of the necessary information.
As many guidelines create special conditions for people with fevers, the question arises: How high does your temperature have to be to be considered a true fever?
Preparing for a New Normal (Return to Practice) after COVID-19
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