Myvirtualdoc Telemedicine MyVirtualdoc is the only telemedicine portal built for musculoskeletal providers where you can assess, measure and monitor your patients real-time for true “patient care now” delivery.
A telemedicine and telehealth turnkey solution for your patients in need, give your patients the best and separate yourself as a leader in your community.
MyVirtualDoc is engineered
for musculoskeletal providers to offer immediate telemedicine and telehealth to their patients. Avoid no shows during covid 19 and leverage MyVirtualDoc to deliver the best online experience for your patients, their families and their friends..
Don’t know how to offer telemedicine to your patients? How to bill for it? How to document for it? No worries, we’ve got you covered with our turn-key solution at a price that’s easily affordable to launch quickly.
For All Musculoskeletal Providers:
Pain Management Doctors
Why Should I use telemedicine?
Assess your patients online in the convenience of their own home or work
Measure your patients’ movement with our proprietary artificial intelligence measurement tool
Monitor your patient’s in between visits via our MyPainRecorder system with real-time reporting, so you can closely follow patients in need. This documentation is vital for medical necessity.
Avoid gaps in care and non-compliance in personal injury and worker’s compensation cases. Patients can now speak to the MyPainRecorder system and document how they are feeling while reporting it back to you or other authorized people related to their case.
What to Know Before Venturing Down the
All states have created their own rules and regulations, or a “position statement” regarding telemedicine, so before you decide to venture down this electronic highway, it is important to know your state’s requirements as well as the requirements where
your patient resides.
All chiropractors must be licensed in the state in which they practice.
It is also important to remember, that the standard of care is the same whether you are seeing the patient in person or via telemedicine.
3 Types of Telemedicine
Synchronous, which is live, two-way interaction at the time services are being rendered. This can be between patient and provider or provider to provider.
Asynchronous, which is store and forward and does not have “real time” interaction with the patient. Store and forward means that patient information is collected at one location and then forwarded to another for
evaluation and interpretation.
Remote monitoring which is where data is forwarded to the provider electronically. This method can be both synchronous and asynchronous.
Telemedicine Tips from us
All providers and staff involved in the
Whether this is the patient’s home or a long-term care facility, document where the patient resides. Document the state where you reside in the patient’s record
Where the patient is located. Which is store and forward and does not have “real time” interaction with the patient. Store and forward means that patient information is collected at one location and then forwarded
to another for evaluation and interpretation.
If the patient resides in multiple states. The general rule of thumb is that you must be licensed in the state where the patient is located. While many states are addressing this issue, check with your counsel regarding
situations such as this so you know the landscape.
When the conversation starts and ends. Make sure your documentation includes when your conversation started and ended in your notes in order to provide a thorough tracking of your conversation and history with the
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