Description:

With more emphasis being put on medical care, it is important to know who needs to be seen, with what modality and when.  This course will go through different situations and decision making processes to help prepare doctors and practices be ready for calls.  These concepts are even more important in the era of COVID as we try to be more careful about who comes into the office and who we great virtually.

Course Code:

AOA175-GO

Speaker(s):

Jeffry Gerson, O.D.
jgerson@hotmail.com

Marc Bloomenstein, O.D.
mbloomenstein@gmail.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

8/27/2024

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