Do’s and Don’ts of video for GPs
The benefits of video consultations are already being felt in primary care, with positive impacts on the quality and timeliness of care. as well as relieving stress on clinicians and support staff.
There is the potential for the same to happen in urgent care, but not all clinicians feel ready for it, being unused to communicating with remote patients, or perhaps daunted by the prospect of being “on camera”. These are valid concerns, but with the right training and technology that builds trust, they can be easily overcome.
To help alleviate these concerns, and help clinicians become become more confident video users, We’ve canvassed healthcare professionals already using video to compile this infographic outlining the do’s and don’ts of video consultation.Download