To maintain social distancing even as practices open up again you will want to continue building on the telemedicine techniques you suddenly had to implement when stay-at-home directives went into place. The webinar series and Special Report below provide resources not only on learning how to start applying telemedicine now but also on how to keep it going to meet safe distancing guidelines and to improve patient service while also adding a new revenue stream.
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View the three-part on-demand webinar series below.
Part I: What Tools are available and how do they work?
Learn from the telemedicine experience of optometrists Jerry Robben, Lauren White, and Brittany McMurren as they discuss with moderator Mike Rothschild, OD, how to implement these technologies into your practice.
Part II: Practical Implementation of Telemedicine
Navigating the ever-changing landscape of telemedicine billing and coding is essential to get paid for remote patient care. Learn the latest codes from optometrist Chris Wolfe.
Part III: Telemedicine in Education – What are the schools doing about it?
New England College of Optometry and the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry have both incorporated telemedicine. Learn how they did it from NECO President Howard Purcell, OD, FAAO, and NECO VP of Professional Affairs Gary Chu, OD, MPH, FAAO, and UAB Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs Beth Steele, OD, FAAO, and moderator Mike Rothschild, OD, also an instructor at UAB.
FAQs for Telemedicine
Although the coronavirus pandemic required many eyecare professionals to quickly learn and implement telemedicine, many questions remain about how to best incorporate it as a routine part of your practice and how to generate revenue by doing so.
Here are answers to some of those frequently asked questions regarding billing, diagnosis, treatment, and regulations related to using telemedicine to practice optometry. >>READ MORE>>