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Have you ever had those moments when you wanted to ask your family’s healthcare provider a question, but contacting them proved to be a challenge? Trust me when I say that I know exactly how you feel—I have been there a time or two myself.
Speaking from personal experience, I know all-too-well that having a large family can also mean having a need to reach out to a physician frequently—even at all times of day and night. For parents, tasks such as scheduling routine exams, double-checking immunizations, and getting answers for health concerns can seem daunting if contact options are limited.
Luckily, healthcare professionals are starting to take note. Many are exploring the idea of expanding the methods in which health patients can communicate with their doctors. The option that appears to be gaining the most popularity is health patient communication via texting. More expedient than emails and phone calls, health patient communication via texting saves time for both doctors and families. Texting also strengthens the doctor-patient relationship by giving patients the comfort and peace of mind that any health concern that arises for themselves, their spouse, or their children can be addressed easily, effortlessly and at any time.
Take a look at the infographic below to see why texting is the health patient communication of the future.
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