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Dr. Gish is a Hepatologist specializing in all forms of liver disease, liver cancer and liver transplant. Dr. Gish has partnered with TeleMed2U to provide telemedicine consultative services for patients with liver disease.WHAT:
TeleMed2U is a telemedicine-based multi-specialty clinical practice increasing access to specialist providers providing, “healthcare anywhere and everywhere.” The telemedicine consultation will be conducted through our HIPAA and HITECH compliant platform. Connectivity testing will be done in advance to ensure you can connect via our telemedicine platform. Following the consultation, a clinical note will be provided including a summary of your liver consultation with Dr. Gish and his consultative recommendations.COST:
Payment will be processed through an online secure transaction portal. The fees for consultative services are:
If you’d like to continue, please click Next to complete the form and we will contact you to schedule connectivity testing. During the test you will have the opportunity to determine the method of providing medical records, discuss appointment availability as well as discuss any additional questions that you have. If you are a healthcare facility interested in services, please complete the form and we can discuss the options that are right for you and your patients.
Robert Gish, MD formed the medical consulting firm Robert G. Gish Consultants LLC in 2013 to assist liver and liver transplant programs with their operational, outreach, compliance, financial planning and program development.
His firm also provides consultations with Pharma and a means of interaction between the pharmaceutical industry and CME organizations in addition to promoting liver health policies throughout the world.
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Improve liver centers and liver transplant programs. Overseeing implementation of eConsult systems, developing guidelines and protocols for managing liver patients and liver transplants.
Services for providers and clinicians who work in the domain of liver health, including gastroenterologists, infectious disease doctors, transplant physicians, hepatologists, NPs, nurses and PAs.
Active with a number of organizations including international advocacy focusing on public policy in Vietnam, Philippines and Armenia.
Clinical support, including consulting on provider-to-patient care and clinical follow-up via Epic My-Chart, telehealth and telemedicine.
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