Much like in-person visits, telehealth encounters conclude with a discussion of the assessment and plan. During this part of the visit, clinicians can provide education to patients, answer any remaining questions, and set expectations for follow up. For example, a patient may need labs, imaging, or consultation with a specialist. In the outpatient setting, a patient can make a follow up appointment as well. Written materials can be shared with patients through secure electronic message, mail, or fax. Finally, it is important to allow the patient to conclude the visit.