The average locum tenens provider spends four (4) hours on travel when you consider round trip flights to and from the worksite, airport delays, and commuting. In many cases, this is just unavoidable and part of the locum lifestyle. For many providers who can’t or don’t want to travel, Telemedicine is an excellent choice.
With the new focus on patient engagement and preventative medicine, telemedicine for specialty care providers has become an integral part of the healthcare delivery continuum. Frequent follow-up and reducing the demand on emergency rooms and urgent care facilities can be accomplished through strategic use of telemedicine.
At National Health we like to be ahead of the curve for providing a wider range of unique opportunities for locum tenens contract providers, and cost-effective solutions for our loyal client facilities.
We offer plentiful traditional (on-site) locums opportunities, but we also we hold exclusive telemedicine contracts and are always seeking to add highly qualified providers to our candidate pools. If you’d be interested in supplementing your income working from home or your office in the rapidly growing telemedicine field, please fill out our quick application now!
Through our Physician-owned and led Telemedicine venture, National Health has the experience, technology and resources to rapidly bring virtual care to your facility that is high-quality and cost effective.
Our clinical team of primary care and specialty physicians have extensive telemedicine experience, and are licensed in all 50 states and D.C..
100% of our telemedicine providers must meet the highest-quality credentialing standards before providing services. This includes verifications that every provider is compliant with licenses, certifications and guidelines of each state law. If you are interested in more details about launching a telemedicine platform, please contact us for a free consultation.
National Health Telehealth is a flexible, multispecialty telemedicine staffing solution designed to help manage a wide variety of long- and short-term healthcare staffing challenges, such as:
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