Thursday, June 11, 2020

Pre-Event resource: Why Telehealth? What Could a Patient-Centered, Integrative Health Telehealth Program Look Like? (Video + summary notes)

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The Hospital Practice Handbook Project's Telehealth Roundtable Pre-Event, Part 1: Why Telehealth? and What Could a Patient-Centered, Integrative Health Telehealth Program Look Like?

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Telehealth & Acupuncturists in Hospital-based Practice
Preparing for the HHP-hosted Telehealth Roundtable Event
Part 1: What & Why
video recorded and published June 8th, 2020
presenter: Megan Kingsley Gale, MSAOM, founder of the Hospital Practice Handbook Project

Topics covered in this video
  • Why is telehealth important as part of phased re-opening?
  • What is the potential for telehealth in the integrative health paradigm of patient-centered care?
  • Short examples to explain this idea
  • How to buy a ticket and access the event scheduled for June 20th, 2020
  • The pdf of this presentation will be available in the "recordings access" portion of the Roundtable ticket (Ticket Plus or Recordings Only ticket options).
Learn more about the Hospital Practice Handbook Project's Vision and Mission here.

video link:

Summary notes with time stamps

minutes 0 - 2

minute 2:13 - 6
  • Why Telehealth?
    • generally
    • during the pandemic
    • benefits for provider personnel
    • benefits for patient

minute 6
  • Why a telehealth online event?
    • Meet the community request to publicly present examples of telehealth programs in hospital-based acupuncture practice
minute 8
  • Defining "Telehealth"
  • with a citation from a peer-reviewed paper published in May 2020 by a Duke University team
    • Jedrek Wosik, Marat Fudim, Blake Cameron, Ziad F Gellad, Alex Cho, Donna Phinney, Simon Curtis, Matthew Roman, Eric G Poon, Jeffrey Ferranti, Jason N Katz, James Tcheng, Telehealth transformation: COVID-19 and the rise of virtual care, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 
minute 9

  • Telehealth vs. Direct Patient Care
    • False comparison
  • Clinical vs. No Clinical care is the true comparison
  • Leveraging technology
  • example: the active duty military family communication

minute 11 - 18
The Telehealth Model for Integrative Health
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  • Telehealth potential for integrative health practitioners
  • One-on-one telehealth options
    • individualized sessions
    • with self-care: acupressure, tuna, movement (tai chi, qi gong), etc
    • prescribe TCM dietary therapy.  examples are given
    • prescribe CHM
  • Group telehealth
    • webinars/group classes
    • examples
Go to presentation video
minute 14:50 - 17:50

  • Set patient-centered goals
  • Create a treatment plan with steps to help the patient meet their defined health goals
  • Use metrics--this is a basic aspect of professional practice
  • Examples

minute 18

  • Questions for the Telehealth Panel?
minute 18:21

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