The answer to this is as wide-ranging as the types of care that can be delivered. There are many variables to consider, such as whether you’re considering working in virtual care full- or part-time.
Many telehealth clinicians are paid by the consultation rather than as a yearly salary. In some cases, certain telehealth providers are paid by the hour or by the number of emails or texts they send out to their patients or to other providers.
Variables that can impact the amount of incremental income you can earn include your geographic location, number of state licenses, type of clinician and specialization, and number of hours worked per day or week.
Wheel is a great option for you if you want to work on more than one remote telehealth platform. It is ideal for MDs, DOs, NPs and other clinicians who are just getting started in telehealth and who want a company with plenty of experience and support that will help them build their ideal careers. In addition, Wheel is also an optimal choice for providers who are suffering from burnout, frustrations with work-life balance, or those in need of variety and want to deliver more care to more patients-- without the headache of bureaucracy.
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