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Take off with Telehealth!

by Ashley Geer, PT, DPT

It’s important now, more than ever for healthcare workers to be collaborating with one another to help us all get through these difficult times. At Blue Sky Therapy, our outpatient clinics remain open during this time and available to service patients in-clinic AND via our new Teletherapy service line. We realize that everyone is overwhelmed and may need some help to get their practices up and running with Telehealth services. Our team has put together a FREE resource for you in the form of a webinar on how to quickly and efficiently transition your practice to telehealth – covering topics from communication to billing to software.


Take Off With Telehealth!


During this unprecedented time, some healthcare providers have already transitioned over to Telehealth services. It is a great tool to deliver patient care remotely, to improve efficiency and increase patient access to healthcare. Telehealth, however, can be more than just a phone call. You and your patients can also use a tablet, smartphone or computer to add the additional benefit of being able to visually interact and education the patients, while keeping a safe distance. We recognize the urgency of launching telehealth, and so we have put together a short 30 minute webinar to talk about the most efficient ways to transition to telehealth.


Here are just some of the benefits of adding Telehealth electronic communication to your practice:

  • Convenience and accessibility – connect with your patients anywhere, anytime.
  • Grow your practice - ability to reach patients in rural/remote areas or those with mobility issues who are unable to safely make it to the office.
  • Reduce no-shows and cancellations – patients who are not feeling well or feel unsafe driving in inclement weather, can still be seen rather than canceling.
  • Secure and private – the process is streamlined with HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing options.
  • Low cost investment


Telehealth visits have become a necessity at this time to keep communities safe.  The changes that healthcare providers are making now, will not only make an impact on all of us during this pandemic, but will continue to benefit practices well into the future.  We want you to know that we are looking out for all of those in our community at this time.  We want to see everyone safely get through this time together.  In order to do this, all health care providers need to continue essential health care to ensure patients do not decline, both physically and mentally. 


Need more information? Feel free to reach out to us at!


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