American Osteopathic Association

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Connected Care: Telemedicine in Practice

 
 

Earn CME credit and learn how telemedicine can expand your practice opportunities while reaching underserved and at-risk populations during 

Connected Care: Telemedicine in Practice
Dec. 9, 2017

Participants can earn up to 8 AOA Category 1-A CME credits.

Telemedicine or telehealth technology is gaining popularity in the health care industry. There's rising demand among patients, with one recent consumer survey finding that 20 percent of consumers would switch health care providers if another provider offered telehealth visits. Because telemedicine can speed diagnoses and increase access to care, CMS and state Medicaid programs are looking to this delivery model to help address the shortage of primary care physicians in the U.S. However, few physicians know how to incorporate telemedicine into their delivery systems. 

At Connected Care: Telemedicine in Practice, you'll get real-world tips and guidance from colleagues who have already implemented successful telemedicine solutions into their practices. In addition to boosting patients' access to care, telemedicine can help increase your bottom line, whether you incorporate it into your current practice or add it as a moonlighting opportunity.

Program Highlights

  • 2018 Telemedicine Fee Schedule Update

  • Moonlighting and Career Opportunities in Telemedicine

  • How to Add Telemedicine to Your Practice

  • Telemedicine Opportunities for All Stages of Your Medical Career

Featured Speakers: 

  • Michael Brown, DO, a family medicine physician who serves as Medical Director of Telemedicine at Mosaic Life Care in Kearney, Missouri. View bio.

  • Matthew Kremke, MBA, oversees the strategy, direction and management of the American Osteopathic Information Association (AOIA), including physician services and payor relations. View bio.

  • Max Reiboldt, CPA  has more than 40 years of experience working with physicians, hospitals as President/CEO of Coker Group. View bio.

  • David E. Tannehill, DO, an adjunct assistant professor of medicine at St. Louis University who has worked extensively with telemedicine in his role as an intensivist at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. View bio.

CME

  • This event has been approved for up to 8 AOA Category 1-A CME credits.

  • This Live activity, Connected Care: Telemedicine in Practice, with a beginning date of 12/09/2017, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 7.75 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

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