For most people and doctors, Telemedicine can be fairly awkward and leaves a lot to be left desired from an office visit.
The 1854 quote by Louis Pasteur, “chance favors the prepared mind” very much applies to the relatively new field of Telemedicine.
Since there is so much more potential for a doctor to miss important information during a virtual “Telemedicine” appointment, it is useful to determine what you want to get out of the appointment and prepare questions in advance.
Here is a short write-up addressing this from The Wall Street Journal, April 9th, 2020.
Justin Groode MD | Co-Founder of Patient Advocate Alliance LLC