Telehealth Physical Therapy Consent
Telehealth Physical Therapy: Telehealth technology allows healthcare providers to examine the patient with interactive videoconferences. Healthcare professionals, physicians, and therapists can remotely provide necessary services with this technology.
Purpose: The purpose of the Telehealth Physical Therapy Consent Form is to obtain the patient's consent to participate in telehealth physical therapy services.
Confidentiality: Therapists and professionals conduct physical therapy with videoconference and any voice and video from the patient will not be recorded. The medical condition and history of the patient will be kept confidential and can be used for future research.
Patient Rights: The patient can withhold or withdraw the telehealth physical therapy consent at any time and this will not affect future treatment. The patient can ask questions regarding the consent, telehealth services and procedures for clarification.
Risks & Benefits: The patient has been informed about the potential risks and benefits of the telehealth service. He/she has understood that he/she can make a complaint about the telehealth services by online channels or calling the complaint line.
Services: Professionals, physicians, and therapists will schedule and conduct the treatment process. Patients accept to pay one-time physical therapy consent for healthcare services.