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Telemedicine Panel - Shared screen with speaker view
robin sarner
22:51
yes
Telly Russell
23:01
yes
Anita Reddy
35:34
no
Alyssa McEachran ( staff)
49:37
Thanks for all your questions. We wills strive to address them all at the end of the panelist portion.
Alyssa McEachran ( staff)
49:47
*will
Kim McCaulou
54:15
If you have a question for our speakers, please type them into the chat. Dr. McLaughlin will also ask for questions soon.
Jimmy Liao
01:01:03
For Jennifer or anybody, do you have any data regarding the most common medical cases that result in lawsuit/board complaint? (e.g., Not giving antibiotic and pt gets worse; missing a zebra unlikely cardiac issue or pulm embolus)
Cristina Covert
01:04:32
If your recommendation is to go to urgent care or ER for evaluation, and patients refuse-what is best way to document this and ensure follow up?
Kathryn Upton
01:08:01
What modifiers are you using for billing your telehealth visits. We are still not having great luck reimbursement
Alison Spencer
01:09:05
for Ryan, how does scheduling integrate with your emr? how do staff help, support patients? we are sucking up provide time on tech issues...
ARCHIE ADAMS
01:15:30
For Ryan, what feedbacks if you gathered in regards patient preferences for virtual vs in-person visits? Do you see a pattern where Generations X/Y/Z are more likely to favor virtual and therefore offer/advertise/target them more?
Gregg VandeKieft
01:18:41
Providence made an instructional video for patients. It's an animation that runs about 6 minutes, covering everything from equipment, lighting, kids/pets, how to prepare for the visit, etc. Go to the following URL, scroll down to about the 3rd row, and a link is on the right side of the page: https://www.instituteforhumancaring.org/
Jimmy Liao
01:19:43
Jennifer, great tip that lawyers will have access to any recorded audio/video and use it against you so best to avoid it if possible.
Gregg VandeKieft
01:21:59
Question for any: how often are you bringing family members in different locations into virtual encounters? Practicing palliative care, we do a lot of family meetings on Zoom, which has worked really well with all the visitation restrictions in hospitals and nursing homes.
Cynthia Taylor
01:22:59
Joined late, sorry if already discussed: do we know yet what is the status of the legislation requiring payment parity for Telehealth, which was due to expire yesterday? Telephone encounters? If staff can answer, would be great.
Juan Hernandez Umana
01:25:54
For any: Any thoughts about the future of telemedicine? especially post Covid?
Gregg VandeKieft
01:27:12
Great panel presentation! Thanks so much to the presenters, and to WAFP for hosting it.
Cristina Covert
01:27:37
Thank you all!
Thomas Hafford
01:27:45
Thanks
Cynthia Taylor
01:27:59
Thanks! great!