Since the COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on our healthcare services, we have to approach medical appointments differently than before. TeleMed and other virtual services could become the new norm. Still, some appointments and procedures need to be in-person. It raises questions about how we can best approach appointments with our providers.
Do you have any appointments that have to be in-person? Do you have any tips for preparing for these specialist appointments?
As a matter of fact, today. I need to go back for the six month post-testing for a clinical research study I’m in. It will mean about four hours of testing. MRI, bone scan, blood work, strength testing, walking test, etc. I’ll be in a mask and in an area of the hospital that’s been shut down for a couple months but it’s a big hospital complex that’s handled big numbers of Covid cases.
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