Description:

Telehealth and Remote Care- What is Possible and What is NOT! It Is a Brave New World!   We are all being bombarded by the sudden progress the medical world has made in the realm of Telehealth and Remote patient care and monitoring.  This course will discuss how our post-pandemic world will use these technologies to the benefit of our patients and ourselves, as providers. And discuss what is possible and allowed and how to properly be reimbursed.

Course Code:

AOA304-PM

Speaker(s):

Rebecca Wartman, O.D.
rhwartman@gmail.com

Harvey Richman, O.D.
SFE@BYTHESHORE.COM

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

2/28/2025

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