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Telemedicine is a general term that covers all of the ways you and your doctor can use technology to communicate without being in the same room. It includes phone calls, video chats, emails, and text messages. People also call it telehealth, digital medicine, e-health, or m-health (for “mobile”).
Types of Telemedicine
- Store-and-Forward Telemedicine
Store-and-forward telemedicine is also called “asynchronous telemedicine.” It is a method by which healthcare providers share patient medical information like lab reports, imaging studies, videos, and other records with a physician, radiologist, or specialist at another location. It isn’t unlike email, but it is done using a solution that has built-in, sophisticated security features to ensure patient confidentiality.
Store-and-forward telemedicine is an efficient way for patients, primary care providers, and specialists to collaborate because they can all review the information when it is convenient for them. The approach gives patients access to a care team that can be comprised of providers in different locations, even across long distances and in different time zones.
- Remote Patient Monitoring
Remote patient monitoring or “telemonitoring” is a method that allows healthcare professionals to track a patient’s vital signs and activities at a distance. This type of monitoring is often used for the management of high-risk patients, like those with heart conditions and people who have recently been released from the hospital.
Remote monitoring is also extremely useful for the treatment of a number of chronic conditions. It can be used by diabetics, for example, to track their glucose levels and send the data to their doctor. Elderly patients at home or in assisted living facilities can be conveniently and inexpensively monitored.
- Real-time telemedicine
When you think of telemedicine, it is likely real-time video visits that come to mind. During a real-time telemedicine encounter, patients and providers use video conferencing software to hear and see each other. While the other types of telemedicine are used to enhance traditional in-person visits, real-time telemedicine can be used in lieu of a trip to the doctor’s office in certain situations. It is popular for primary care, urgent care, follow-up visits, and the management of medications and chronic illness.
Each type of telemedicine gives providers another way to deliver effective, efficient care to patients. They expand access for patients and provide a more convenient way to get the care they need.
Advantages of Telemedicine for Patients
- No transportation time or costs
When you see your doctor on your mobile device or computer, you can save money on gas, parking, and public transportation. Even better, you don’t waste time traveling or risk running into a traffic jam that makes you late for your appointment, or worse, late getting back to work.
- No need to take time off of work
Speaking of work, video visits largely remove the need to take time off. You can simply schedule your visit during a break, or before or after work. You can be anywhere that offers sufficient privacy. You can comply with your doctor’s follow-up instructions and maintain your health without missing a day of work or wasting your precious paid time off.
- Eliminate child or eldercare issues
Many of us have the responsibility of caring for children or older adults. Finding alternative care so that you can see the doctor can be difficult and expensive. Bringing them along can be stressful or impractical. Fortunately, telemedicine solves this challenge by allowing you to see your doctor while upholding your family responsibilities.
- On-demand options
More and more physician’s practices are offering telemedicine these days, so there’s a good chance that you’ll be able to see your regular doctor via video. If you can’t, but still need remote access to care, there are a number of online-only, on-demand options on the market today. They can’t treat every condition but can tackle a wide variety of problems. Some insurance companies pay for this type of care.
- Access to Specialists
Some patients who need the care of a specialist must drive long distances and invest a lot of time for each visit. Telemedicine makes it possible for you and your primary care physician to leverage the expertise of specialists who are not nearby. When it comes to serious health issues, you want to consult with the best, not the closest.
- Less Chance of Catching a New Illness
Where can you be sure to find a lot of sick people? At the doctor’s office of course. While everyone does their best to prevent one patient from catching something from another, it is always possible, especially in crowded waiting rooms. By staying home, you get the care you need while avoiding the risk of exposure and the chance that you’ll pass your illness on to someone else.
- Less Time in the Waiting Room
If you choose a video visit via telemedicine technology, you’ll eliminate all that time spent looking at old magazines in a doctor’s office. Even if you don’t use telemedicine, choosing a practice that offers it will reduce your wait time by letting other patients be seen from home.
- Better Health
When you are able to see your doctor as often as you need to, without the challenges of getting into the office, you can practice better management of your medication, lifestyle, and any chronic conditions you might have.
Given this list, it is not surprising that people are seeking out healthcare providers that offer the convenience and cost-effectiveness of telehealth. It is poised to have a major positive impact on the entire healthcare system, and ready to make life a little bit easier for you.