Entries by pgamborino


4 Reasons Telemedicine Is Nothing to Fear

During the current global pandemic, patients might fear going to the doctor’s office. One of the most viable ways to overcome that fear is by making a telemedicine appointment. Many patients who are nervous about their virtual appointment end up pleasantly surprised.   The truth is even some physicians have questions about telemedicine. They might […]

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The Nurse’s Virtual Office: How Telehealth in School Can Help Kids

Children across the country are adapting to the disruption of COVID-19. Now more than ever, telehealth in school is an excellent way to keep our kids healthy and safe. However, the increase in virtual care for children in school was happening well before the pandemic started. Are you a school administrator interested in implementing these […]

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Want a Successful Virtual Care Visit? 6 Tips for Physicians Who Are New to Virtual Healthcare

Virtual care is growing more popular by the day among patients and physicians, especially since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps a few of the reasons for its growing popularity include the ease of access to medical professionals that it offers patients, the additional revenue stream it offers physicians, and the safety from infectious […]

Telemedicine vs. Virtual Care: What’s the Difference between These Two Key Terms?

Telemedicine vs. virtual care—these two terms are critical for the current technological revolution in healthcare. This article explains the difference. With the advance of technology over the past decade, the healthcare industry is finally beginning to implement solutions that increase patients’ access to health professionals and lower the costs associated with care. What would have […]


Humanizing Healthcare in a Socially Distanced World

Almost daily for the past two months, we have heard stories of the challenges that clinicians are facing because of COVID-19. Even before the pandemic, the task of humanizing healthcare was instrumental in ensuring that patients could receive essential care while maintaining their dignity. Now, at a time when patients—many of whom are vulnerable, such […]

COVID-19 Fact Sources

Coronavirus known as COVID-19 is a respiratory virus spread from person-to-person. Symptoms can include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. There are numerous rumors circulating regarding transmission and protection. As COVID-19 spreads throughout the U.S., Medical Staff Professionals face unique challenges to support their practitioners and keep patients safe. In response, we’ve launched a COVID-19 […]