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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Google’s Patient-Doctor Video Chat Service to Facilitate Virtual Office Visits

Google’s Patient-Doctor Video Chat Service to Facilitate Virtual Office Visits

Google is reportedly testing a service that connects patients with doctors over a video chat, across a limited number of users. As per the Verge report, when people search for basic health information (for example, knee pain), a blue icon appears in the search results offering the option of chatting with the doctor. Though more … Continue reading Google’s Patient-Doctor Video Chat Service to Facilitate Virtual Office Visits

Importance of a Proofreading Checklist for Medical Transcripts

Importance of a Proofreading Checklist for Medical Transcripts

The information in patient medical records is crucial for clinical decision-making, quality management and clinical reporting. However, errors can creep into medical transcripts and endanger patient safety, even resulting in serious consequences. Proofreading the transcripts is crucial to eliminate errors and correct oversights. Using a checklist during the proofreading process is the key to avoiding … Continue reading Importance of a Proofreading Checklist for Medical Transcripts

Tele-nursing in Critical Care, The Importance of Documentation

Tele-nursing in Critical Care, The Importance of Documentation

Tele-nursing or providing medical advice via telephone is widely used in critical care as it provides an efficient, responsive and cost-effective way to access health care services. With the use of technology, tele-intensive care unit nursing can enhance available resources and transform how critical care nursing is practiced. However, the documentation of telenursing interventions and … Continue reading Tele-nursing in Critical Care, The Importance of Documentation

Documentation Crucial for OT Interventions in Autistic Children

Documentation Crucial for OT Interventions in Autistic Children

Different occupational therapy (OT) interventions including physical activities, play activities, developmental activities and adaptive activities can help autistic children perform better in school and home environments. However, occupational therapists should keep their documentation accurate, comprehensive and complete to ensure appropriate and effective therapy services. Such kind of documentation can communicate information regarding the client from … Continue reading Documentation Crucial for OT Interventions in Autistic Children

Physical Therapy Less Costly Than Shots for Shoulder Pain

Physical Therapy Less Costly Than Shots for Shoulder Pain

According to a recent study conducted in a military hospital-based outpatient clinic in the United States, physical therapy (PT) is a less costly option than corticosteroid injection (CSI) for shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS), though both work equally well. The participants of the study included 104 patients aged 18 to 65 years having unilateral SIS between … Continue reading Physical Therapy Less Costly Than Shots for Shoulder Pain

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