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Karlston posted a topic in Guides & TutorialsHow to Get the Most Out of Virtual Doctors' Visits Online health care has become a part of pandemic life—and your remote appointments can be easier to navigate than you'd think. Photograph: Getty Images Covid or not, people still need to see their doctor. As a neurosurgery coordinator for a hospital, I educate patients on treatments, schedule visits, and retrieve records. Some of those visits are telemedicine (online video) appointments. Vir
Karlston posted a topic in General NewsTelemedicine Is a Safety Valve for a Strained Health Care System “Virtual visits” can be an effective way to decide who needs to be tested for Covid-19. But remote doctors can't diagnose or treat illness. The $8.3 billion coronavirus relief bill gave the Department of Health and Human Services authority to waive restrictions around Medicare for telehealth providers. Photograph: Getty Images As coronavirus spreads, health officials have had to
Coronavirus and the Future of Telemedicine A conversation between WIRED editor in chief Nicholas Thompson and Carbon Health cofounder Caesar Djavaherian. On Friday, WIRED’s editor in chief Nicholas Thompson hosted a Facebook Live with ER doctor-turned-cofounder Caesar Djavaherian, who now serves as the Chief Medical Officer of his telehealth company, Carbon Health. This was the first in a series of four conversations in which WIRED will explore what the coronavirus pandemic will mean for the future of business, education, technology, and health. Hundreds of readers