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Best Practices for Implementing Telemedicine

ASHRM e-Learning

Member: $49.00
Non-Member: $99.00


CE Credit: 1

Domain: Clinical/Patient Safety, Risk Financing, Legal & Regulatory, Claims & Litigation, Health Care Operations, and Leadership

Level: Practitioner

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In this eLearning course, health care providers will be able to define and mitigate risks surrounding telemedicine to protect against evolving legal risks and improve the patient experience.

Providers and patients alike are eager to embrace more convenient methods of connecting, such as telemedicine. They may not think through, however, the risks that come along with upending traditional models of care. This program will identify the essential risks that risk management and administrative personnel face, and provide resources to successfully implement telemedicine.


  • By the end of this self-study you should be able to define risks surrounding telemedicine related to the following:

    Licensing and credentialing
    Provider/patient relationship
    Standard of care - patients and conditions
    Physical environment
    Privacy and security
    Medical record
    Professional liability coverage

Product Code322LS155
ASHRM CE Credits1.0
CNE Credits1.0
DomainClinical/Patient Safety, Risk Financing, Legal & Regulatory, Claims & Litigation, Health Care Operations, and Leadership
Level - Foundational (F), Practitioner (P), Advanced (A)P
Publication Date8/1/18
Next Review7/1/24
Credit Expires7/1/25

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