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  |   August 14, 2018

Critical Success Factors for Implementation of Telemedicine

Jennifer Guilmette is the Vice President of Project Management and Implementations at SOC Telemed (SOC). She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) and holds a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB). Based in Nashville, Guilmette has worked in project management, specifically within the healthcare industry, for nearly 13 years. At SOC, she has helped guide […]

  |   August 3, 2018

How to Manage a Medical Practice for Telemedicine Physicians

Sonita Rangbar, VP, Practice Management for SOC Telemed, manages a nationwide medical practice for telemedicine physicians. Rangbar got her start in healthcare with a high-school co-op program at a local medical office. After an undergraduate degree in Biology and a Masters in Health Administration from George Mason University, she worked at Virginia-based Inova Health System […]

  |   July 27, 2018

Hospitalist Challenges Telemedicine Can Help Solve

Hospitalists, in general, are the decathletes of the healthcare industry. They care for complicated hospitalized patients around-the-clock, coordinate care between different doctors, order and follow-up on tests, meet with patients’ family members, and deal with a multitude of problems as they arise. While there are many efficiencies in utilizing hospitalists, there are also issues that […]

  |   July 6, 2018

Acute Care Telemedicine: What Is It and Why Is It Necessary?

Remote healthcare has become a normal way of life for many Americans. With new offerings by insurance plans and employers, direct-to-consumer telemedicine continues to gain favor as a time-efficient and cost-effective alternative to a drive to the doctor’s office in situations such as primary care, urgent care or follow-up visits, and even the management of […]