Introducing Telemedicine from Digital Patient Chart EHR

Telemedicine is here to help your patients when they are not able to come to your office. Telemedicine is the use of technology to provide medical care from a distance. It’s been around for centuries, but it’s only recently that telemedicine has become more mainstream thanks to advances in technology. With Digital Patient Chart EHR, we offer telemedicine services for chiropractic care, physical therapy, and more. With Digital Patient Chart EHR telemedicine integrated your patients can get the care, they needed without leaving the comfort of their homes in a very convenient way.

What is telemedicine?

Telemedicine is the practice of medicine using technology to deliver care at a distance. It allows providers to consult with patients, order and interpret tests, make diagnoses, and even provide treatment. Telemedicine can be used for a variety of services, including primary care, mental health, and specialty care. The use of telemedicine has increased in recent years as technology has advanced and more people have gained access to the internet. There are a few different ways that telemedicine can be delivered. One is synchronous, which is real-time communication between provider and patient. This can be done using video conferencing, telephone, or even email. The other is asynchronous, which is when the provider and patient are not communicating in real time. This can be done through the use of store-and-forward technology, where the provider can review a patient's medical history, symptoms, and test results at a later time.

What are the benefits?

Telemedicine has many benefits for both patients and providers. For patients, it can increase access to care, especially for those who live in rural areas or who have difficulty traveling to see a provider in person. It can also save time and money by eliminating the need for travel. For providers, telemedicine can improve efficiency and productivity by allowing them to see more patients in a day. It can also reduce the need for office space and staff. Telemedicine is not without its challenges, however. There can be difficulties with reimbursement, as some insurance companies do not cover telemedicine services. There are also concerns about the privacy and security of patient information.

How does Digital Patient Chart EHR support telemedicine services?

Digital Patient Chart EHR has several features that support telemedicine services. These include online consultation forms, the ability to send and receive secure messages, and video conferencing capabilities. Additionally, Digital Patient Chart EHR is compliant with HIPAA regulations, ensuring that patient privacy is protected. By offering these features, Digital Patient Chart EHR makes it easy for providers to offer telemedicine services to their patients. With Digital Patient Chart EHR, providers can easily add telemedicine services to their practice. By doing so, they can provide greater access to care for their patients. As the popularity of telemedicine grows, Digital Patient Chart EHR will continue to support providers in offering these services to their patients.


Telemedicine is a convenient way for patients to access healthcare, and it is only going to become more popular in the future. With Digital Patient Chart EHR, providers can easily add telemedicine to their practice and offer their patients even more convenient care. If you are a provider interested in adding telemedicine to your practice, Digital Patient Chart EHR is a great option for you. With our easy-to-use platform, you can quickly and easily add this service to your practice. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you get started.