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  |   January 1, 2021

Acute Telemedicine in 2020: A Wrap Up

Our SOC Telemed blog focused on practical advice and insight about acute telemedicine in 2020. Topics such as teleNeurology, COVID-19, teleICU, and The Future of Healthcare proved most popular. Let’s take a look back… Building a telemedicine training program for clinicians Dr. Mohamed Abdel Rahim, Manager of Clinical Training and Education at SOC Telemed, details […]

  |   December 16, 2020

Building a telemedicine training program for clinicians

By Dr. Mohamed Abdel Rahim, Manager of Clinical Training and Education In August 2020, four University of Toronto physicians published a scoping review of telemedicine training, covering 43 different curricula across 11 countries, and encompassing every method available, from lectures and hands-on experience, to online modules and directed reading. Published in the journal Medical Teacher, […]

  |   December 4, 2020

How Telemedicine Can Help Keep Your Providers Safe

With the rapidly escalating COVID-19 cases in the U.S., hospitals are overwhelmed with more than 100,000 patients, much higher than in March 2020 when this blog was originally published as How to Mobilize Remote Providers During COVID-19. The information shared by Dr. Jason Hallock, Chief Medical Officer at SOC Telemed on how telemedicine can help […]

  |   November 20, 2020

How to Choose a teleNeurology Partner: Five Critical Areas to Co...

A successful teleNeurology program begins with consideration of a myriad of details that can seem overwhelming. To help, SOC has developed a resource on how to choose a teleNeurology partner, which includes five critical areas to consider. The checklist, How to Choose a teleNeurology Partner: 21 Absolutely Critical Criteria will help you address the most […]

  |   October 22, 2020

How Telemedicine Powers Fractionalized Medicine

Dr. Jason Hallock, Chief Medical Officer The COVID-19 crisis has made it clear: the business model of many hospitals is no longer viable as presently constructed, in the absence of elective procedures. The economic reality we are in demands a different strategy, one where health systems do more to optimize their spending, and weather the […]

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