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Enhance Your Practice's Telemedicine Program

The rapid pace that practices have had to adopt telemedicine over the past year have left many questions unanswered and gaps unfilled. In this webinar, Virtual Care: The Next Medical Frontier, Dr. S. John Korangy, MD, MPH addresses the fundamental challenges many physicians experience when implementing virtual care programs and will provide a framework for a successful operation.

This webcast covers: 

  • What to do and what not to do when implementing telemedicine
  • Factors for selecting the right technology
  • How to use telemedicine to maximize revenue
  • Best practices for meaningful virtual patient visits
  • Future considerations for providing remote care

About the Presenter, S. John Korangy, MD, MPH: 

Dr. Korangy is a Board Certified Neuroradiologist who has spent his entire career involved with developing and implementing telehealth systems. As a founder of CareClix, he developed one of the most robust virtual health platforms in the world with the goal of improving access to quality, cost effective health care services for patients. Considered a pioneer in virtual health, he has helped formulate standards and guidelines for the practice of telemedicine and has authored papers on telemedicine and the implementation of virtual health on a global basis. Dr. Korangy speaks nationally about utilizing and deploying virtual health across the practice of medicine. Dr. Korangy completed his medical degree at the George Washington University where he also obtained a Masters in Public Health. He went on to complete his medical training at Georgetown University, as well as at the National Institutes of Health.

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