Did you know – it's a myth that patients don't want to use telehealth!
When your practice has efficient processes and in-office practice is streamlined, then you are ready to embark on seeing patients with telemedicine. The COVID-19 pandemic has been the catalyst for growth in telemedicine, and it will be an essential tool for healthcare providers in the future.
Dr. Michael Greiwe, founder of OrthoLive and SpringHealthLive telemedicine platforms is my guest on this episode of Practice Management Nuggets For Your Healthcare Practice!
He’s going to share with us how to increase your practice revenue, efficiency and patient satisfaction with telemedicine!
Dr. Michael Greiwe's #1 Tip to Healthcare Providers, Clinic Managers, and Privacy Officers
- Telemedicine is the next tool that is going to make the job easier for physicians and better for patients
- It's a digital health misconception that patients don't want to use telehealth
- Patient access is the beauty and power of telemedicine
- Get your office processes in good working order so that you can confidently implement telehealth solutions
Featured Guest: Dr. Michael Greiwe
OrthoLive & SpringHealthLive
Michael Greiwe, M.D., is a surgeon by day and tech guru by night. He is a practicing orthopaedic surgeon with OrthoCincy, near Cincinnati, Ohio, and the founder of the OrthoLive and SpringHealthLive telemedicine platforms. The platforms allow medical practices to deliver telemedicine visits through real-time HIPAA compliant video conferencing between provider and patient – increasing practice revenue, efficiency and patient satisfaction.
Dr. Greiwe is a nationally recognized expert on how telemedicine technology is changing the practice of medicine. TV news stations and podcasts across America have interviewed him about the future of telemedicine, and how to use it to improve the patient experience.
He attended the University of Notre Dame, where he won the prestigious Knute Rockne Award for excellence in academics and athletics. He completed his orthopaedic surgery training at the University of Cincinnati Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. In 2010, Dr. Greiwe completed his fellowship in shoulder, elbow and sports medicine at Columbia University, training with the head team physician for the New York Yankees, Dr. Christopher Ahmad.