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What COVID-19 has taught our practice about Telehealth

In March Telehealth visits rose by 50 % and in April the number will prove to be much higher........

Telemedicine is the ability to use electronic devices for audio or video connection between the Doctor(Provider) and the patient in order to allow medical intervention services to be performed without the patient leaving their home or having to enter the medical facility.

Telehealth allows interaction with the patient for their alternative needs of other services including training, administration, or any other NON-CLINICAL services.

e-visits is the term used by Medicare for the interaction between Physical therapy provider using audio or video software and the Medicare beneficiary to progress the patient's plan of care already established between the provider (Physical Therapist) and the Medicare patient.

All Health Physical Therapy is offering e-visits to all our Medicare patients, as this is a benefit for you, the Medicare beneficiaries.

We are offering telehealth visits to all patients who have commercial insurance, or worker compensation coverage as this is also provided as a benefit to those who are not on Medicare benefits.

All Health Physical Therapy is OPEN during the COVID-19 season for these hours:

Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri from 8:30am to 5pm AND Wed 8:30am - 1pm.

Please call for any Questions regarding this topic or to set up an appointment.

Lynne Repasky Physical Therapist and Owner of All Health Physical Therapy

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