604 - Virtual Care in a Virtual World
Health care has been rendered via virtual channels since the emergence of telephone and radio technology. Although its usage since then has varied across different eras and settings, recent forces such as the COVID pandemic, recognition of generational preference patterns, and care equity initiatives have accelerated the use of virtual care. Panelists dissect several aspects of the value proposition for virtual care, exploring exciting topics such as its role in various care scenarios, integration with in-person treatment, emerging frameworks, and the outlook of what’s next in virtual care.
Dr. Debra Friesen
Ms. Anne E. Crumlish
Ms. Courtney A. Stubblefield
Credits:CPD Credit: 1.50 EA Core Credit: 0.00 EA Ethics Credit: 0.00 EA Non-Core Credit: 0.00 EA Formal Credit: 0.00