Abortion Pill Given Based on Patient Medical History as Safe as After an Exam: Study
Shifting toward remote screening means primary care providers who work in rural, low-income and other marginalized communities could conduct medication abortion screening and increase equitable access to abortion care.
Patients, Providers Feel Growing Pains of Telemedicine
Clinics and private practices pivoted to telemedicine but the video services were not equally prepared for the titanic influx in users.
Post-Pandemic, What’s a Phone Call From Your Nurse Practitioner Worth?
The Medicare code allows “other qualified health professionals,” such as physician assistants or nurse practitioners, to bill for such calls.
Telehealth for Older Women: Practice Considerations for the WHNP
The WHNP is ideally situated to consider adding telehealth services for older women as part of preventive healthcare and chronic health condition management.
Telehealth Will Continue After Pandemic, NPs say
Telehealth is here to stay after the pandemic, said 67 percent of the respondents to a Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH) survey conducted in April.