Telemedicine for the Allergist: Now and in the Future
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Many allergists implemented telemedicine during COVID-19 out of necessity. But what does the future look like for allergists and telemedicine? Find out how our two presenters, both allergists in small allergy practices, make telemedicine work for them. Topics include:
- What patient visit types and allergy/immunology clinical problems are ideal for telemedicine
- How to prepare patients for telemedicine
- Experience with various telemedicine platforms
- How to operationalize a telemedicine visit (including physical set-up, scheduling, templating and sending an email invite to patients)
- How to use standardized questionnaires during a telemedicine visit
- Coding basics for telemedicine
Supported by Sanofi Genzyme and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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Our presenters are Melinda Rathkopf, MD, FACAAI, vice-chair of the Practice Management Committee, and Mike Tankersley, MD, MBA, FACAAI, member of the Practice Management Committee.