Telemedicine Jobs & Physician Employment - Practice Medicine in Your Pajamas

Telemedicine Jobs & Physician Employment – Practice Medicine on Your Own Schedule – At Home or the Office

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Telemedicine Jobs is looking for reputable physicians that have a strong interest in:

This opportunity is also available to retired and semi-retired physicians.

The Benefits of Working with Telemedicine Jobs

We provide medical consultations through online secure dedicated servers (abiding by H IPAA and PHI laws, telephone and secure email communication to referred patients that are seeking to obtain telemedicine consultations.

We have also simplified the electronic medical record system, making it extremely user-friendly so that even non-computer savvy practitioners can learn to use it within an hour. We believe that by decreasing the learning curve of a complicated EMR, more time can be spent in treating the patient, thus giving them a higher quality of service. This approach also ensures that more physicians are able to practice telemedicine.

We give you the opportunity to live a more flexible lifestyle so that you can spend more time with your family while still enjoying your career as a physician! It doesn’t matter if you decide to work from home or if you’re looking to supplement what you already have at the office, we are willing to work with your schedule. And this is also what makes Telemedicine Jobs an ideal solution for physicians that are retired and semi-retired.

For physicians who are looking for a way to move over to an entrepreneurial lifestyle, working with telemedicine jobs makes this very easy. We provide the right environment for you to practice medicine while still being free from managed care and HMOs, and our fee-for-service policy ensures that your income potential can be very rewarding.

What Is Telemedicine?

According to the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), it is the “use of information exchange from one place to another via electronic communications to improve a patient’s health status.” In the past, telemedicine was mainly practiced in rural areas, as it helped to eliminate the distance barrier between a patient, physician and specialist. Basically, it provided more access to medical services that were generally not available within these rural communities.

There are many ways in which communication can occur between a patient and their physician, but the most common are via telephone, email, smart phones, two-way video and other forms of wireless technology.

Nowadays, telemedicine is not only popular in rural areas, as the demand for this practice has spread throughout the major cities in the United States as well as many countries throughout the world.

What Are the Benefits of Telemedicine?

Schedule Flexibility Means More Income Potential

Telemedicine can be delivered to patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and this can be accomplished from any geographic location. Because of this, physicians have the ability to see more patients, which in turn can increase their income substantially.

Better Access

Physicians are now able to expand their practice because they don’t have to solely rely on patients that come to their offices. And because there is usually a shortage of providers, telemedicine is able to solve this problem as it now increases a physician’s capacity to take on more patients regardless of where they live.

Huge Patient Demand

Over the past 15 years, countless studies have documented patient support and satisfaction for telemedicine services. The most important reasons why patients prefer telemedicine are:

  1. Lack of time to make an appointment to visit their physician. Telemedicine is able to radically reduce travel times and the amount of time you have to spend waiting at your doctor’s office or the hospital
  2. High consultation fees. Studies have shown that telemedicine is able to reduce healthcare costs while at the same time increasing efficiency in managing chronic diseases.
  3. Not being able to find a physician or specialist close enough to where they live. Many patients live in remote areas that are too far away from hospitals and other medical facilities.

In fact, a good example of the growing demand for Telemedicine practices can be seen in five elementary schools from Howard County, that have all decided to opt for this approach instead of letting their students make visits to the doctor’s office. This means that the students don’t have to leave the school building just to visit their doctor simply because of a skin rash, sore throat or ear infection.

Take a Look at the Following Statistics:

A recent report that was released by RNCOS business consultancy service showed that telemedicine has a potential worldwide growth of 18.5% from now until 2018, and the United States is far ahead in the race compared to the rest of the world. The report also suggested that there will be a growth of $1.9 billion, which is far more than the current $240 million that this industry is worth today.

According to the American Medical Association, 70% of visits to the doctor are for information only, and most of this information can be handled over the phone.

70% of patients had stated that they preferred to use the email or telephone as a way to communicate with their physician.

While patients are able to seek care in emergency rooms, and ER visit can cost around 3 to 5 times more than a typical visit to the doctor’s office.

Studies have shown that close to $300 billion of healthcare costs are completely inappropriate, unnecessary and wasteful. Because of this, the cost of insurance has increased for both groups and for individuals.

How Our Services Work

We use a three-step approach in the process of consulting with our patients:

1. Medical Record Retrieval and Review

The patient has to fill out a complete history and physical form with chief complaint. The physician will then retrieve and review the patient’s H&P form, which is done through email. (Subjective and Objective)

2. Physician Tele-consult

After reviewing all of the information, the physician will then contact the patient via telephone and email to review and consult the patient’s chief complaint. (Assessment)

3. Prescription(s) and/or Recommendations

After the consultation, the physician will then prescribe or make a recommendation. A hard copy of the prescription will then be faxed over or called in to the patient’s pharmacy. (Plan) However, we do not prescribe controlled medications for pain.

We believe that this three step approach, while simple, is extremely effective and efficient, because it allows you to settle in very quickly so that you can focus on making your Telemedicine practice a success.

Once you begin working with us, you have the option to go full-time or part-time so that you can still continue with your current job or medical practice. This flexibility allows you to be compensated based on your schedule and desired patient base, as well as creates the perfect environment for you to work in, regardless of the schedule that you choose.

We believe that practicing telemedicine is extremely rewarding, and if you are as excited as we are at being involved with this industry, we would love to work with you. For more information on how you can join Telemedicine Jobs, please click on the registration button below.

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