Now that virtually everything during the COVID-19 pandemic has gone virtual, why not a trip to the doctor too? Equality Health® has added telemedicine to the list of its defining features available to primary care providers to enhance their patients’ well-being.
Right now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, obtaining healthcare can be a challenge as you reduce your in-person contact. For that reason, telehealth has become a necessity.
The nation has watched the 2019 novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, make its way across the globe and disrupt health and financial systems along the way. Lately, these reports contain real-time statistics showing the pandemic’s rapid rise in our own neighborhoods.
Equality Health’s Lisa Stevens Anderson has helpful tips for small practices regarding finances, staff morale during COVID-19
The decline in patient volume for private practices has been concerning during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the decline expected to continue, Equality Health’s Lisa Stevens Anderson has helpful tips for small practices regarding finances, staff morale and more. Read her comments in the article below.
More primary care providers in Arizona are now able to virtually triage sick patients and provide ongoing care through telehealth solutions. Equality Health’s Dr. Mark Stephan recently talked to the Phoenix Business Journal about how it is changing the industry.
Value-based healthcare is beginning to gain traction in Arizona. Equality Health’s own Lisa Stevens Anderson, President of our Management Services Division, has taken on a leading role in supporting the transition across the state towards this model of care.