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Read How Doctors Can Humanize Virtual Care on Medical Economics Now

Posted on Oct 30, 2020 by Josh Weiner
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In a new article in Medical Economics, Josh Weiner, president and CEO of Solutionreach, looks at how providers can make virtual care feel personal and engaging. To do that requires thinking about virtual care as an ongoing process that spans the entire patient journey.

"The good news is that the development of virtual relationships goes way beyond the traditional video or audio-based telehealth visit," says Weiner in the article. "In fact, the virtual physician-patient relationship can be built with or without the use of telehealth at all. There are a variety of ways practices can reach out to patients that don’t involve the actual visit."

For a list of strategies and solutions to make virtual care more personal and engaging across the patient journey, read the full article in the digital or print versions of Medical Economics.

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Josh Weiner

Josh Weiner

Josh Weiner is the CEO of Solutionreach. He joined Solutionreach from Summit Partners, a leading global growth equity firm. Through his work with Summit Partners, Josh served on the Solutionreach board of directors for three years. Prior to Summit Partners, he was a consultant with McKinsey & Company. Weiner has been recognized by Utah Business as a 2017 CXO of the Year and as a 2018 Forty Under 40 Utah Rising Star. Josh is a graduate of Stanford University and resides in Salt Lake City with his wife and daughter. Josh and his family spend as much time as possible exploring the natural wonders of Utah's mountains and desert.