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The value of a telemedicine credentialing policy
Telemedicine providers communicate with patients or other caregivers via electronic communications. They will remotely review medical records, render a diagnosis, provide radiologic interpretation, or prescribe treatment, all without ever stepping foot inside the hospital. Because a telemedicine provider does not have direct physical contact with the patient, certain requirements relevant to a bedside clinician may not be applicable. As a result, telemedicine agreements sometimes create special circumstances that derail normal credentialing procedures.
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