Good Faith Exams & Telemedicine
Essential services for improving patient care
Guardian Medical Direction provides a variety of services to help healthcare organizations comply with state and board regulations.
One of the key services that we provide is Good Faith Exams and telemedicine support services. These services are essential for ensuring that medical practices are following the regulations and guidelines set forth by state and board organizations.
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Good Faith Exams
Good faith exams, also known as pre-authorization exams, are exams that are conducted before a medical procedure is performed. The purpose of these exams is to ensure that the procedure is medically necessary and that it is the best option for the patient.
Good faith exams are an important part of some medical protocols as they help to prevent fraud and abuse of the healthcare system. Many states require these exams to be completed prior to a patient receiving certain treatments or procedures.
In addition to providing good faith exams, Guardian Medical Direction also provides telemedicine support services. These services allow healthcare providers to connect with their patients remotely, using technology such as videoconferencing. This helps to ensure that patients receive the medical care they need, even if they are unable to visit a healthcare provider in person.
This also allows our clients to provide telemedicine follow-up and referrals if needed. Guardian Medical Direction’s telemedicine support services are also an important part of its compliance services. By providing telemedicine services, we are helping healthcare providers comply with regulations that require them to provide medical care to patients in a timely and effective manner.
Guardian Medical Direction recognizes the importance of good faith exams and has made it a priority to provide these services to our clients through our telemedicine platform, GuardianMD Connect. We have a network of qualified healthcare providers who are trained and experienced in conducting good faith exams.
These providers use telemedicine technology to conduct the exams, making it easier and more convenient for patients and for our clients who are looking to scale their healthcare businesses and practices.