Course Type: Online/Recorded Q&A (Monday, March 30, 2020)
Presenters: Todd Norwood, PT, DPT; Ellen Morello; Sarah Gallagher, PT, DPT, Christine Tate, PT, DPT, Samantha Dutrow Norwood, PT, DPT, CSCS
Intended Audience: Physical therapist assistants, physical therapists, and students of physical therapy
Topic: Telehealth and telePT are increasing in scope and availability to providers and patients. As adoption and uptake of these delivery innovations has expanded, physical therapy research and education has been slow to address the nuances of clinical reasoning and patient management in a setting in which the patient is not in the same location as the clinician. In this panel, providers across specialties will discuss how they are implementing telehealth in their clinical practices. Providers will discuss how they manage patients and deliver effective care from a distance in pediatric, neurological, women’s health, orthopedic settings. The presenters will provide insights into current practice models and the research surrounding digital care delivery. Additionally, they will explain clinical decision making in digital care delivery and traditional clinical settings to optimize outcomes.
Before listening to this Q&A, it is recommended that you listen to the companion online webinar (recorded March 26).
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