Telehealth

Telehealth uses phone or video communication to provide health care services and information to patients. During COVID-19, people affected by cancer may be able to continue their appointments and regular consultations via telehealth, thus reducing their risk of exposure.
You don’t have to accept a telehealth appointment, however, at the moment they are being recommended to reduce the risk of exposure.
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Telehealth can make telephone calls with your multi-disciplinary team more challenging but not impossible.
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Having someone there to support you during your phone or video call is something that might be helpful for you.
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The Australian Government has extended Medicare numbers for telehealth appointments so that anyone with a Medicare card can get a Medicare rebate.
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To prepare for your consultation, it is a good idea to have a look at the information provided to you on the details of your medical appointment a few days prior.
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Telehealth appointments can be used for a variety of reasons and can be provided by a GP or specialist.
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Telehealth uses phone or video communication to provide health care services and information to patients.
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Telehealth supports the governments self-isolation and quarantine policy, while still enabling people to access essential health services in their home.
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