This program will more likely cover a large range of topics along with best practices. It will also cover the workflow, barriers to the provisions, health equity, and regulatory considerations.
The American Board of Telehealth has recently come up with the announcement for the launch of a Tele-primary Care Certificate Program. It will help the primary care providers to develop future strategies for virtual primary care.
This online program is about to cover a wide range of topics along with other best practices. It will discuss the regulatory considerations, workflow, and health equity.
Tele-primary care is working at the forefront for the space of telemedicine. However, it continues evolving and expanding with its development of new and innovative technologies. Also, it is including innovative models for care and improving reimbursement policies. The telehealth training will be very critical for its long-term success regardless of the platform or the regulations.
With the shortage of primary care providers, telehealth can offer their patients an expansion of access the care. At the same time, many teams are also thrusting upon the telemedicine provision due to its necessity during the pandemic. However, there is a lack of necessary expertise.
But primary care requires the need for important skills to meet all the growing demand in telemedicine. It needs to ensure the higher quality care possible for the patients. The topics have also covered the certification program.
This program includes opportunities for tele-primary care. There is the emotion of operations, workflow, and productivity in terms of ambulatory setting. It also includes ethical, legal, and regulatory considerations. At the same time, it mentions the provision of care via the remote medium.
This goal is about enabling the primary care providers to offer virtual services even after the pandemic. As the pandemic has made the patients become eager for telehealth, it has also put focus on the importance of equipping providers along with formalized education.
This year ABT and the American Telemedicine Association came up with the announcement of their partnering. It helped in the expansion of access to virtual care training. Also, it includes the CORE Concepts in Telehealth Certificate and the coming behavioral telehealth certification.