I am in the process of hiring telehealth experts to teach my students how to safely and effectively diagnose, treat and prevent the most common diseases and conditions that affect our society and the world.
Some telehealth specialists have been practicing for decades, and they are already well-respected in the industry.
I am not going to let my students be second-class citizens.
They need to have the same expertise as doctors and nurses, which is what telehealth is all about.
I need the same skill sets that physicians and nurses have.
If telehealth can’t meet the needs of my students, I won’t be able to.
I can’t hire telehealth students who aren’t trained to perform the tasks that I need them to do.
But I can hire telemedicine, which has a much higher standard of care and is much safer.
I have trained a handful of telehealth trainers who have done an excellent job at training people who can help students navigate the world of telemedics.
And while I don’t have time to hire all of them, I’m confident that my telehealth graduates will have the expertise and the skills to help people and the planet when they’re ready.
My students need to be able get the care they need, when they need it.
So, I need to get these telehealth providers on board.
We’ve been hearing for years from the telehealth community that telehealth will transform the telemed profession.
This article is part of a series that examines telehealth trends and trends that impact the tele health industry.
This series will examine the changing roles of tele health professionals and the industry in general.
This month, I’ll be looking at the role of teleeducation.
When I look at this issue, I also have to address the future of tele education.
This topic is so important to me that I have dedicated years to researching the future.
In the meantime, I have already begun my research, working with several telehealth companies to identify the future opportunities in tele education, and I plan to launch an annual telehealth awards program for graduates.
I also am starting my own teleeducation company.
In this series, I will discuss the different telehealth industries, the opportunities for teleeducation, and what it means for my profession.