by Michael Fratkin, MD, FAAHPM, Chief Medical Officer at Vynca, 9/22/21, for HIT Consultant, “the leading source of healthcare technology news, analysis and insights for healthcare executives, physicians and providers.”

“To effectively deliver virtual palliative care and make the greatest impact, healthcare providers need to:

Treat the Whole Person: Serious illness care is not limited to curative treatments – people also require support to address their physical, mental, spiritual and social needs. The most effective virtual palliative care is personalized and must be designed to holistically help the person under care and improve satisfaction for them and their families.”

Read the rest of Dr. Fratkin’s article, “4 Best Practices to Deliver Virtual Palliative Care for Providers” to learn more.

“Virtual technology enables palliative care providers to overcome the barriers of in-person delivery— enabling anyone to receive treatment anytime, anywhere.”