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Canadian Medical Association's "Virtual Care Guide for Patients"

Taken from the CMA Newsletter .... "Since the onset of COVID-19 and physical distancing measures, many people have put off visiting their health care provider — even when they may have needed care. Canadians should not be putting their health care on hold, particularly when telemedicine and virtual health care consultations can provide new ways for patients to connect with physicians, and get the care they need.

That’s why the CMA has partnered with telemedicine experts to put together a series of tools and resources to help patients and physicians adopt virtual care.

The Virtual Care Guide for Patients was co-created with members of the Patient Voice, a group who advises the CMA on health issues from a patient’s perspective. For people who have not yet experienced virtual care, the guide can help explain what to expect and how to prepare for a video visit or other online consultation with their physician. It covers the following topics:

- the concerns of patients new to virtual care
- the types of medical issues suitable for virtual consultation
- how to arrange a virtual appointment
- how to prepare for the visit
- what to have with you during the visit
- what you can expect from the visit

According to the results of a national poll we released earlier this week, Canadians who’ve accessed a physician using virtual care were highly satisfied with the results."

If you’re interested in learning more, download the Virtual Care Guide for Patients by clicking on the VIEW/DOWNLOAD link below.


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